- - purple tang
|Lupin ||08-07-2006 06:11 PM |
Nice one, mate.
You did a good job to save him.:)
I wanted to go back to salties but the problem is no lfs here ever sells marine setups. :roll:
|SimplySplendid ||08-07-2006 06:21 PM |
Very pretty fish.
Is that a starfish on the rock behind it?
|Lupin ||08-07-2006 06:27 PM |
It is, Brie.
I used to keep one myself. I also have my tank invaded by some bristle stars. They're quite small but nice to look at. I got them from the live rocks that I bought.
|SimplySplendid ||08-07-2006 06:31 PM |
My sister has a really cute starfish...with long skinny arms...its purple i think. But i dont know if she still has it
|usmc121581 ||08-07-2006 06:32 PM |
Its a sand shifting star fish. Like blue said I have tons of baby star fish that were in the live rock. You never know whats in the live rock till it comes out. Can be good, but also can be bad things.
|SimplySplendid ||08-07-2006 06:35 PM |
Originally Posted by usmc121581
Can be good, but also can be bad things.
Yeah like tubeworms...eww *shudders*
|usmc121581 ||08-07-2006 06:40 PM |
The only problam things I have seen so for is bristle worms. They will eat your corals when they get large.
|Lupin ||08-07-2006 06:51 PM |
I don't see a problem with keeping these inverts. Perhaps only the appearance. :roll:
|usmc121581 ||08-07-2006 06:55 PM |
I dont have a problem with them. Just the worms.
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