What can this be?

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  1. Lenweideman

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    Hey all. I set up my system three weeks ago and added some live rock that I got from a aquarist that decided to quit. There is so much live on these rocks, this morning I saw this little green fellow, what can this be? [​IMG]
     
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    Would need a better pic. Could be a zoa or paly polyp?
     
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    This fellow is in the back of the tank and only about 7-10mm in diameter, this is the best pic I could get. Hahaha. He is on a little stem with "feelers" not like most zoas flat on the rock. If that make any sense
     
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    Well depending on lighting zoas will extend toward the light if insufficient.
     
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    I guess it is a wait and see game
     
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    I am sure that is a palyzoa. Google images for palyzoa.
     
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