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. IHAVEMTS

    IHAVEMTS Fire Shrimp

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    ID 4.JPG pineapple sponge i took and 3reef can use but prob wont cause there are better pics and the attached thumbnail as well. but it is a worm of some sort
     

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  3. Nea

    Nea Flamingo Tongue

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    Pics by me and I give 3reef permission to use them.

    Olive Snail

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    feel free to edit the pics as needed for the library
     
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  4. Nea

    Nea Flamingo Tongue

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    Pics by me and I give 3reef permission to use them.

    Nemastoma (algae)

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    feel free to edit pics as needed for the library
     
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  5. szrazzt

    szrazzt Purple Spiny Lobster

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    1) Sponge. This grey blob has moved 2 inches in 8 months.
    2) Feather Duster colony
    3) Cup Coral
    4) Cup Coral
    5) ID the red algae please. Its fairly hard and grows really slowly.

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  6. szrazzt

    szrazzt Purple Spiny Lobster

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    Here is another pic of the red spiky algae. Its been there for the last 8 months the tank has been up and every once in a while I'll see another clump appear.

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  7. jakeh24

    jakeh24 Pajama Cardinal

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    well here is another photo taken by me and i give 3reef the right to use it

    zoa eating nudibranch:
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  9. acemow

    acemow Purple Spiny Lobster

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    Unusual name for coral: Joe the Coral, acropora sp., macro algae: flame algae I took these pictures of my tank and 3 reef has permission to use them.
     

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  10. ibefishy

    ibefishy Montipora Capricornis

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    I hope these can be used, I took all the photos and 3reef may use them however they want. There with that out of the way.......

    1. Elephant ear
    2. Lawnmower Blennie
    3. Hermit crab

    I know not too exciting but some of the clearer photos I have.
     

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  11. Ishymishy77

    Ishymishy77 Peppermint Shrimp

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    Here you go. A gall crab taken out of my Elegance coral. 3reef can use this photo
     

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  12. greysoul

    greysoul Stylophora

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    Red tree foram, a macroscopic Foraminifera

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    they're good, I have them all over my rock. Came in on one, spread to most the live rock in under a month. They're pretty, but kinda small.