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  1. #1

    Default identification.


    I have discovered 2 majano anemones on my GSP's, and a Glass anemone on my Chaeto so I know stuff if getting in the tank that I dont want there. I have NUKED em with Joes Juice.

    Now here is a another question for you guys...

    I have noticed what looks like the head of a Q-tip in size and color attached to some of the rocks in 3 spots. IT is white, and is shaped like a Q tip and has little hairs opening on the top (micro). What does this sound like to you chronic reef rats out there ?


  2. #2

    Default identity

    I'm getting some too. My reef is just about 1year old . I was told that they are sponges.

  3. #3
    Whoyah - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    Grants Pass, OR


    I would agree, probably sponges. They are completely harmless and sign of an established tank.

  4. #4
    graphixx - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2005
    First Name


    its a pineapple sponge, they are common and a good sign of water quality
    fulltankshot 1 - identification.

  5. #5


    Kind of looks like the pineapple SpongeBob lives in, only white.

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