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    Id these from my fuge

    So snooping around my fuge. Got cheato but this other stuff not sure what it is. Ideas?

    Also have this snail looking mofo. He's got a star shaped looking shell. Absolutely tiny. Ideas?

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    Re: Id these from my fuge

    Simple search on wet Web shows that to be Feather Caulerpa, taxifolia or caulerpa mexicana
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    Id these from my fuge

    Yep. I have it in my fuge on purpose. Be happy.


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    Re: Id these from my fuge

    that is a spiny astraea snail / spiny star astraea

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    Re: Id these from my fuge

    Quote Originally Posted by Aspidochelone
    that is a spiny astraea snail / spiny star astraea
    Nice thanks! Just read about this guy and it says it eats cyano and that's what's in the sumo with him so that's really cool.

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    Re: Id these from my fuge

    Double win. Good stuff.
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