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Couple of new additions, what Im finding interesting is that I seem to want to take photos more of additions to saltwater than my freshwater tanks

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Cos they're stunning!
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Picked up a couple of frags yesyerday, these will be my last for a while (purse strings cut), well see how we get on with these

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Had my first experience of a hitchhiker with these as well, dipping in coral RX and a 1 1/2 inch worm appeared out of nowhere writhing in the bottom of my tub, struggled to find how the worm fit in?


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Had my first experience of a hitchhiker with these as well, dipping in coral RX and a 1 1/2 inch worm appeared out of nowhere writhing in the bottom of my tub, struggled to find how the worm fit in?



Cool, what kind of worm was it?

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A wriggling one???   Just grabbed it with tweezers and slung it!!

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A wriggling one???   Just grabbed it with tweezers and slung it!!

 lol probably just a bristleworm?  Free clean up crew  8D

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Reply #7

Ah, I see where youre going with this, Ive got some little breeder boxes for my freshwater, I might set one of these up to identify in future and if useful allow to be free in the tank

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