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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

Zoas and Paly? ID please


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    Sun357 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Zoas and Paly? ID please

    I bought a bunch of Zoas this weekend at the conference and not all were known and/or I forgot the names.

    Any help ID'ing would be appreciated.

    1. I swear these things seem to be moving around on the Toadstool and rock.
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    2. The blue ones
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    3. The ones in foreground...3 of them.
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    Thanks for any help! =)

    ~Fred

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    First pic looks like a majono (better kill them)
    2nd pic is tubbs blues
    3rd looks like gobstoppers
    4th one, not sure..looks like a common no name z
    5th one looks like devil armour

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    1. I swear these things seem to be moving around on the Toadstool and rock.
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    Looks like anemones to me

    2. The blue ones
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    Look like Smurfs or Tub's Blues

    3. The ones in foreground...3 of them.
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    Armageddons I think

    I am not sure on the rest, and someone correct me if i'm wrong! From the pics I think that is what a few of them are at least.

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    Really? Mojano? It's green tentacles with pink tips.

    Ugh, I was told they were green button polyps.

    And ty for help!

    ~Fred

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    Def not green button polyps. Looks like a majono anemone to me

    There's a green button....also skirts can be brown or green
    http://www.aquaculturefrags.com/web_...een_button.jpg

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    Crud, guess i'll get them out of there then. Thanks, Bluwc.

    ~Fred

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    I mean i guess it could be a mini bta, but ive never seen one the size of a z or p. it's pretty tiny and i would worry about it spreading...even bta's can be a problem if not controlled
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    The first pic is absolutely a mojano, and is likely moving quite a bit.

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    Sun357 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Thanks all! Found somebody who thinks the Mojanos are pretty and wants them. YES, he knows they are Mojanos also. lol

    My plan for anemone is to get a real one after I get my LED's put in. =)

    ~Fred

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