Who has done what in my tank??

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  1. LouiseS

    LouiseS

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    Who is the culprit?

    My tank inhabitants include
    - 2 x True perc clowns
    - Midas blennie
    - lawnmower blennie
    - Purple fire fish
    - Flame angle
    - a Porcelain crab
    - a cleaner shrimp,
    - a peppermint shrimp,
    - 2 x local shrimps and
    an assortment of snails

    and what is it? eggs?

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    459b Moderator MASA Contributor

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    I'd blame the star polyps
     
  4. LouiseS

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    Spawning? The star polyps are huge already, I really dont need them to spread all over the tank :eek: Suppose I can just siphon them out or will they not actually propagate (please correct my terminology :blush:)? Would it make good fish food?

    Thanks!!
     
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    id agree that its a spawn, and id leave them as fish food :)
     
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    great, nice fat fish :)
     
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    Yip, your star polyps are spawning. :)
     
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    cool. How often does this happen? :)
     
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  10. LouiseS

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    Thanks. Having looked at utube vid my star polyps definitely spawned last night.

    No sign of the eggs this morning so either my fish have full tummies or I will have baby star polyps everywhere quite soon :p

    Was very cool to watch!
     
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    LOL, it reminds of that rude joke, why is the sea so salty......?:whistling:
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    Too many sweaty people swim in it :whistling: Generally have salt on my arms at home, so joke I dont need to season the food the good old fashioned way
     
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