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Tizzo
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Hey again...
here are my pics of my own (commonly called) carribean mushrooms.
The real name is longer though like...caribbeorum. Pseudocornyactis Caribbeorum to be specific.

not sure if yours are those, but maybe they are some distant relative...







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waterfaller1
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Those are cool too..they do look similar. Hmm...let's see what we can find out about them. After you left, I was looking more in there and saw this big colony of what looks like white hydroids, they almost look like those great macro shots you took of the gorgonian.
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Tizzo
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are they on the glass too? Do you need a pic, I have hydroids on the glass pics. Embarassed

I have pics of everything I ever had. Rolling Eyes

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Ah heck, I got nothing else to do...

larvae stage. I know YOU know, but if anyone is reading this wondering what hydroids are...

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and free floating adults...
Cool

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Those are hydroid jellyfish. There are lots of types of hydroids, some look like little feather dusters but sting your corals real bad!
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Tizzo
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OMGoodness, forgot all about those!! (very old pics)









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Nice to see this forum is still going, although not nearly as well as it was a couple of years ago. Sad
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PumaKrieg wrote:
Nice to see this forum is still going, although not nearly as well as it was a couple of years ago. Sad


I beg your pardon!! All five of us still post regularly.
We even got a new guy! haha

I like it smaller. Seems more personal. I actually feel a little guilty when I don't post for a few months at a time.

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