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Red something...............

They look cool whatever they are.

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they look like Terrazoanthus sp.

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hmm thanks for that its a real good start but when image

searching Terrazoanthus sp. tube aneome came up also.if you look at the bottom picture there a pretty close up shot of the tube.i figured it might be some sort of dendro from the looks of it but they close up real fast like featherduster but eats like nem.im guessing some sort of tube nem then Terrazoanthus sp. seems more like a polyp but ill look into it morethanks

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So cool! Keep 'em. :)

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actualy they are polyp like with no tube the lower picture has 2 bigger ones closed up but there covered in a dark sand

i fed a bunch of them shrimp with tweesers but this lower tank has some issues with parameters i used the last of my premixed water for a 10 percent wc to see if bigger ones open droped somr microvert in there again to

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majano nems?

+1

Or maybe jewel nems

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red epizoanthus :happy:
BINGO!

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red epizoanthus :happy:

 

Sweet that's the kind that comes on lightning sponges! I thought they were somewhat hard to keep long-term unless you had it in a heavily fed nps tank?

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i just got this peice its a hicthhiker but i did feed most of them

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