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

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  1. Puffer Chick

    Puffer Chick Giant Squid

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    here's a pic of two hitchhiker feather dusters I have to say i love this picture, best pic i have ever taken, my camera actually cooperated with me :D (feel free to use)

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  3. ReefSparky

    ReefSparky Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Wow Puffer Chick! That is one beautiful picture!! :)
     
  4. Puffer Chick

    Puffer Chick Giant Squid

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    thanks! i'm really surprised that came out soo good too! and that was the first shot, usually i'm taking like 20 pictures before i get a decent shot of something, wish i remember what setting i had it on, i changed it right after i took the pic
     
  5. Fragged_It

    Fragged_It Astrea Snail

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    Here is a sea squirt (or tunicate) and some type of mollusc. Any one ID it?

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  6. greysoul

    greysoul Stylophora

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    Bristle Worm + pulsing Xenia:
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    Digitate Hydroid:
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  7. bama

    bama Humpback Whale

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    Polycheate Epitoke video in my tank..





    3reef has my permission to use this video in the name of Science :)
     
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  9. SkyFire

    SkyFire Clown Trigger

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    The consensus so far is that these are some form of encrusting sponge.
    Looks like coraline with pockmarks till you look at them from the side then you can see a clear tube.

    I took these and you can edit them as needed.

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    From the side.
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  10. project1

    project1 Spaghetti Worm

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    heres a few hitch hickers from my rocks
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  11. micdarj

    micdarj Plankton

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    What is this?

    Can anyone help identify this? Freebie from LFS
     

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  12. SushiGirl

    SushiGirl Barracuda

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    Is this still active? I have tons of old hitchhiker pics I can pull off my external hard drive to add if it is.