Discussion in 'ID This!' started by 10acrewoods, Dec 2, 2008.
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what do you think this is please let me know
I dunno but if you see a dr they have a green pill to make it go away.
Haha j/k I dont know but it looks neat.
I have had one of those before. I don't know if it is still there but it stayed deep in the shadows and only really opened up at night. I thought I found a website that IDd it but now I can't remember.
yea it doesn't like the light at all. It closes up and move back into the corners under rocks my one tank is covered in them. But only found them when I broke the tank down to move it.
Orange Ball Corallimorph (Pseudocorynactis caribbeorum)
I think this is the organism in question. I don't have a picture but you can Google it and come up with some good images. Hope this helps.
I found white ball corallimorphs and I think this is the correct one but you led me to the answer thanks. ;D
Neat. Freebies are good. .......well, sometimes.
Hey! My friend! You have got a strawberry anemone! I had a colony on my rock! They are very nice! Harmless! They will accept baby brine shrimp! yet another nice filter feeders!
Please refer to:
Strawberry Anemone | OSU Hatfield Marine Science Visitor Center
Hmm! You are right nanoreefer. Strawberry anemones are commonly found in cold waters. It's possible we are dealing with some isomorph of Cornynactis sp. !
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