|Melissa ||02-26-2007 06:57 AM |
im sorry, but what are you wondering?
|Andre ||02-26-2007 06:59 AM |
lol, sorry i uploaded the pic and made sure that worked first and then edited to type my stuff. And you caught me in the middle of the process.
|usmc121581 ||02-26-2007 07:13 AM |
They are they are not wrong. I have trillions of them behind my rock work. They wont get any bigger then they are now.
|Andre ||02-26-2007 02:47 PM |
wow, is it a cycle or are they there for life and what are they exactly.
|usmc121581 ||02-26-2007 02:50 PM |
Mine have been around from the first month I started my tank. They are very small feather dusters.
|caferacermike ||02-26-2007 04:13 PM |
Yep every established tank has them. Mine is covered in them. You can scrape them free with a razor or metal algae scraper if you really want to. Your paly's or zoas are not happy for some reason or another. They are still alive. until all the flesh has disappeared there is still some life left in them.
|Andre ||02-26-2007 05:20 PM |
thanks for the help guys.
|musho3210 ||02-26-2007 05:38 PM |
is the tank you are talking about in your siggy?
|Andre ||02-26-2007 10:23 PM |
yeah it is the one in my description.
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