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What are these, there are four, just noticed on this large piece of live rock.
Really really small, a deep red coloration. There is one that seems to have extended some short tenticles and three others next to it in a little group that seem closed right now.
These are the best shots I got.
Im no master of salt water what so ever, but from the other posts Ive read.. they look like little zoas...
That is what I was thinking, do they grow in groups like this?
no not apitasia if I was looking at it right
aiptasia is kinda see through, not colored
looks like a little Zenia head sorta, so IMHO its not aiptasia
probably a little zoa or a polyp thingy of some kind. Wont harm anything, I always think that some of the cool clingons you get on live rock can be pretty cool, like feather dusters :lol:
I don't think it's an aptasia, but it is an anemone. It's like a Majano anemone, i can't remember it's name. Something like this when it's fully open http://www.saltvannsakvariet.no/pest%20anemoner.jpg
or it looks like it has clear tenticles.
Thanks guys...I will see if it grows larger and take better shots then.
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