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Mtroboer

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My guess is first a flatworm, secondly a Nudi but otherwise if stationary a sponge however I doubt it!
 

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nope dont know, my guess is as good as yours

(tagging along)
 

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It does move. It prefers the shady areas and not bright light.
It was on the bottom of the same rock as yellow leather coral that suddenly died after I had it for 2 months. It had a cut in it's stem and it started to dissiolve in 1 week's time.
It doesn't look like a nudibranch to me when I compare it with photos on Wikipedia?
It does not have a tail or head.
I will try to take a better picture.
 

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Imo this could very well be a flatworm!
 

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Untill it can be correctly ID'd i would suggest doing so! Nudi's and Flatworms are generally something you would not want in a reef!
 

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wow... hectic little bugger..
 

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and when you take it out, please place the small rock with it in a small bowl and take pics then. a clear pic is very useful in ID:)

also make sure you can find it again in your sump if you have to! :)
 

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I agree it's a nudi... but (personally), I'd keep it... but maybe that's just because I don't like how fast leather corals grow! :p J/K!
 
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