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    bobert - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    Default what is this ID's needed

    today we found 2 tings in the tank ane we got a pic of the other we didn't

    the thing we didn't get a pic of was about a mm long, was white with a dark stripe down its back ,had two antena on it's head, it crawled around it didn't swim
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    not sure kinda fuzzy pic, I would say maybe a hydroid or some thing like that. and the crawly thing with anetnna is just a worm of some sort. good sign
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    bobert - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    it looked more like a bug than a worm
    i also have one of them a worm like thing that comes out of one of the rocks it slips back in when you put a light on it.

    what is a hydroid?
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    i seen pods befor thay hop like flees do the bug crawled and it was more transpairent (sp) than white it remineded me of a babby cockroach

    and the thing on the rock looke more like a root of some kind and it has grown more than 3x its size in the last 2.5 weeks almost 1/2" tall
    :: hummer :nemo

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    look up Spaghetti worms see if you can find a similar pic :-)
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    Looks like some kinda soft coral.....as for the other thing that you couldnt pic....do you ever hear a clicking sound at night coming from the tank?

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    i think i have some of those thing's from the pictures also. have you seen it moving? or in a different place in the morning?

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    that first pic kind of look's like a sea fan or something.

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    no it dosen't move at all
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    is the worm that slips out from the rock orange and blue.

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