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Joshjp1999

Not sure what this thing is look like a feather duster but I don’t think it is help would be appreciated thank you 🙂

 

tried taking video won’t let me upload 

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seabass

May be a barnacle.  Does it sweep the water?

 

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Joshjp1999

Yes kinda like a tube anemone goes in and comes out repeatedly 

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Joshjp1999

Here’s a video thanks for the advice man

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Joshjp1999
16 minutes ago, seabass said:

May be a barnacle.  Does it sweep the water?

 

Videos need to be uploaded to something like YouTube.  Then you can link them here.

Uploaded video bad quality tho camera wouldn’t focus 

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Pjanssen

looks like a little feather duster to me. I have them all over my Caribbean tank. They are harmless and interesting IMO.

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seabass

Yep, pretty sure that's a barnacle.  It shouldn't be a problem, and it's kind of neat to watch.  But it'll probably just disappear unless you are supplementing food for filter feeders.

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Joshjp1999
2 hours ago, seabass said:

Yep, pretty sure that's a barnacle.  It shouldn't be a problem, and it's kind of neat to watch.  But it'll probably just disappear unless you are supplementing food for filter feeders.

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Thanks man yeah def a barnacle 100% pretty cool tho harmless filter feeder should help the tank if anything I’m sure he’s been eating up the reef roids I target feed my coral 

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Tired

That's a barnacle, yeah. You can tell because of the grabbing motion. Believe it or not, they're crustaceans, more closely related to crabs and lobsters than to worms. 

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