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ID my critters #2

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ruggerkc, Oct 26, 2009.

  1. ruggerkc Experienced Reefkeeper Board of Directors Leadership Team GIRS Member

    North Liberty , IA
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  2. glaspie69

    glaspie69 Experienced Reefkeeper

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    bristle worms and a starfish
     
  3. glaspie69

    glaspie69 Experienced Reefkeeper

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    neither will do harm to your tank, the bristle worms might hurt you if you grab them bare handed though
     
  4. snowman82

    snowman82 Experienced Reefkeeper

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    those are huge bristle worms though wow
     
  5. ruggerkc Experienced Reefkeeper Board of Directors Leadership Team GIRS Member

    North Liberty , IA
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    I think it might be a little star fish that makes them look big. I think they are about a inch and a quarter.
    So should I let them live or flush them?
     
  6. snowman82

    snowman82 Experienced Reefkeeper

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    let'm live
     
  7. adampottebaum

    adampottebaum Experienced Reefkeeper GIRS Member

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    Yea that's perfectly normal. I used to have tons of little serpent like stars that set up stations on my live rock. I don't know if I can call them serpent stars though, they had about 10 really thin legs...
     

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