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

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  1. greysoul

    greysoul Stylophora

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    Amphiprion ocellaris - False Percula, Clownfish, Anemone Fish, Nemo.
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    Homotrema rubrum - Red tree Foraminifera
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    Chaetomorphia - Macro algae
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    Chromis Veridis - Blue Green Chromis
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    Cilbanarius tricolor - Blue leg hermit crab
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    Paguristes digueti - Red leg hermit crab
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    Euphyllia divisa - Frogspawn coral (LPS)
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    Xenia sp. - Pulsing Xenia, Silver Xenia (Soft coral)
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    Acropora sp. - Hairy brown stick (SPS)
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  3. REDMANS CUBE

    REDMANS CUBE Fire Shrimp

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    i forgot the name of this macro. nice stuff. never seen it for sale. someone can chime in with an id. oh and i know the glass needs a good cleaning. :-[
     

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  4. Nea

    Nea Flamingo Tongue

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    I took this picture and I give 3 reef permission to use it.

    Peacock Mantis Shrimp

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  5. austeve

    austeve Bristle Worm

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    Feel free to use these critter pics

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  6. Triplemom

    Triplemom Pajama Cardinal

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    Zoa-eating nudibranch

    I took this picture myself and give 3reef permission to use it. I caught it in the process of devouring some of my zoas.

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  7. ReefSparky

    ReefSparky Super Moderator Staff Member

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    This pic was posted by ThatGuy.

    Could I get confirmation of this as aiptasia? I thought it might be a glass anemone. I thought aiptasia's tentacles were striated??
     
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  9. amcarrig

    amcarrig Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Glass anemone is just another name for aiptasia. I'm pretty sure that's an aiptasia in that picture, although it looks white from lack of exposure to lights.
     
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  10. ReefSparky

    ReefSparky Super Moderator Staff Member

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    You see!! I KNEW that was a glass anemone!!!!! :)

    Er, um, yeah. ... thanks for that. I never knew they were synonyms! I'm always learning stuff here. 8)
     
  11. amcarrig

    amcarrig Super Moderator Staff Member

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  12. crustytheclown

    crustytheclown Eyelash Blennie

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