What is it?

Discussion in 'Fish and Invertebrates' started by GDawson, May 28, 2010.

  1. GDawson

    GDawson Guest

    This appeared a maybe 3 weeks ago on the rock....and was already a decent size when it "moved" into position. It has definitely grown since its appearance, maybe 3/8” long now. There are two external siphons. One very obvious in the pic on the top left and another on the bottom pointing straight out towards the glass, not very visible. The siphons are flexible and move against the current sometimes. The color is a nice bright white with some brown splotches. Since it appeared it hasn’t moved. The textured surface is really cool looking.

    So, what is it.? And is it a keeper?

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    -Gregory
     
  2. nudibranch

    nudibranch Guest

    If you are talking about the rock in the second photo then I think those are just tube worm bodies.
     
  3. GDawson

    GDawson Guest

    Tube worms are flexible?

    -Gregory
     
  4. GDawson

    GDawson Guest

    OK….I got out the magnifying glass…..it’s a rock. Nevermind. Guess it’s time to make an appointment with the optometrist….

    -Gregory
     

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