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  1. Dlaria

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    Its a photo of something :whistling:

    ...but seriously can you not zoom and expand a little please :thumbup:
     
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    a Zoa's head...?
     
  5. Dlaria

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    I think it is a brown looking zoa. That 10X zoom on my camera is balogna. It goes fuzzy at about 7X.
     
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    Looks almost like the one I got in my Tank but I could be wrong..
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    That's them!
     
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    palyzonathid or also known as button pollops :)
     
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    No...that's mine..:lol::lol::lol:
     
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    How do I flip my one over...? Don't know if the Shrimp had anything to do with it...:( but when ever I get near it..it automatically tightens...sigh..
     
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    what do you mean by flip it over? are then not attached firmly to a piece of LR and growing upwards towards the light?
     
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    @crispin ...if you look at the picture I posted you will notice the one head is flipped over..like an unbrella...sigh..I'm at a loss as to what to do...:-(
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    sorry i missed that in the first pic belinda. its not usual for palyzonathids to invert themselves like that although i would be inclined to leave it be and not stress too much about it. looks rather odd i agree but i think the pollup will right itself without intervention
     
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    Maybe he just wants to be different. Like those X generation kids...
     
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