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 Ever Found Something Wierd On Your Live Rock?, I just found an awesome site...
Jayesh
Posted: Apr 16 2009, 04:52 PM


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http://www.xtalworld.com/Aquarium/hitchfaq.htm

Lol, It even tells you whether they are bad or good! Definitely worth a look for any live-rock owner. I was bored and found this...I haven't kept a marine tank so far.


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keszi
Posted: Apr 20 2009, 04:00 PM


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Thanks! biggrin.gif

I have a lot of creatures in my saltwater aquarium from this list rolleyes.gif
Until now I did not know their English names, so thank you:)

I have one amphipod, and probably an aiptasia. It says that aiptasia is bad, and might take over the place. Mine is very small, and lives on the glass of the aquarium. I don't really want to get rid of it. It seems so harmless...

I also have button polips and feather dusters. The feather dusters are cute, and very fast. They are not very brave, whenever I move, they hide. I don't really know how they detect me...Any ideas?

My spionid worms usually come out in the evenings. I still don't know how long are they. Once I saw a worm that was around 4 cm long.

I have some snails as well. One is like this:
http://mysaltwateraquarium.files.wordpress...07/08/snail.jpg

The other is very similar to this:
http://www.saltwaterfish4you.com/sites/sal...or%20turban.jpg

and a few columbellied snails.

I have some other "things": mini brittle stars.
The Hungarian name is "kigyokaru csillag", which means "snakelegged star"


Thanks again biggrin.gif

keszi
from Hungary
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Jayesh
Posted: Apr 20 2009, 05:16 PM


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Well, they say on the site you have to poke it with something to find out, if it reacts, it's a polyp, if it doesn't it's an aiptasia.

Also, make sure your spionid worms are legit, not digitate hydroids!


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Biotopes: 150 gal, 70 gal, 55 gal (soon to be). Coldwater: 50 gal, 40 gal. Nano: 3x 5 gal, 2x 1 gal, 3 gal, 7 gal, 4 gal. Marine: 15 gal, 45-65 gal (soon to be). Koi (and big fish): 5000 gal, 2000 gal (soon to be). Native fish: 200 gal. Wildlife: 150 gal. Tub: 30 gal, 50 gal, 100 gal, 20 gal, 10 gal. Goldfish: 1000 gal. Herps: 40 gal, 5x 10 gal, 20 gal, 30 gal, 2x 8 gal.
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Robyn
Posted: Apr 21 2009, 11:59 AM


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Yes, that's a neat link that I put on my marine web site when I first set it up almost a year ago. I had one of the stomatella snails; it was sure freaky! I also have a few of the other animals on that page.


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Servant to 5 cats, 2 rabbits, 3 guinea pigs, 3 chickens, 1 redbellied turtle, 3 freshwater aquariums (65, 50, & 20 gallons), 2 saltwater aquariums (6 and 12 gallon nano cube reefs), 7 outdoor ponds (1800, 153, 50, 30, 20, 20, & 12 gallons), 1 indoor pond (50 gallons, winter only), crickets, mealworms, 2 six-spotted roaches, and hundreds of fish (of about 18+ species), amphibians, snails, shrimp, corals, crabs, worms, and so on in those aquariums and ponds. A mostly full list of my current animals is at http://www.fishpondinfo.com/animals/animallist.htm

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Jayesh
Posted: Apr 21 2009, 12:02 PM


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Cool...I didn't notice that, I was just searching around on google a couple of days ago and happened to stumble across it!


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Biotopes: 150 gal, 70 gal, 55 gal (soon to be). Coldwater: 50 gal, 40 gal. Nano: 3x 5 gal, 2x 1 gal, 3 gal, 7 gal, 4 gal. Marine: 15 gal, 45-65 gal (soon to be). Koi (and big fish): 5000 gal, 2000 gal (soon to be). Native fish: 200 gal. Wildlife: 150 gal. Tub: 30 gal, 50 gal, 100 gal, 20 gal, 10 gal. Goldfish: 1000 gal. Herps: 40 gal, 5x 10 gal, 20 gal, 30 gal, 2x 8 gal.
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