I.D. This? Library (if you have good photos we can use, please submit!)

Discussion in 'ID This!' started by Jason McKenzie, Mar 10, 2009.

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  1. reefnJeff

    reefnJeff Pajama Cardinal

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    I don't know!

    still trying to figure it out.
     

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  3. IvIountainman

    IvIountainman Spaghetti Worm

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    Looks like a small flower anemone.
     
  4. amcarrig

    amcarrig Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Hi there. This thread is for posting pictures of positively identified hitchhikers and stuff and is to be used as a reference only.

    Please post your picture in the "ID This" forum where you'll have better luck getting a positive ID. Thanks!
     
  5. BillyBigReef

    BillyBigReef Plankton

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  6. 2in10

    2in10 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes it is.
     
  7. Greg@LionfishLair

    Greg@LionfishLair 3reef Sponsor

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    It looks more like a fireworm, possibly Hermodice sp., but not H. carunculata...note the distinct tuft-like arrangement of the bristles.
     
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  9. Mr. Bill

    Mr. Bill Native Floridian

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    Fissurellid (Emarginula sp.)

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  10. reefmonkey

    reefmonkey Giant Squid

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    Oxynoidae
    Oxynoidae is a family of sea snails, bubble snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the superfamily Oxynooidea, an opisthobranch group. This family has no subfamilies.
    Feeds on marine algae and mangrove root.

    The species shown here is most likely Oxynoe azuropunctata.

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  11. Rob666

    Rob666 Plankton

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    Hi all. I am new to the group and desperately need an ID on this please?
    Thanks
     

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  12. Corailline

    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    It is a dry heat, yeah right !
    Majano, a lovely one but a pest anemone non the less.