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Dave H

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#1
I found this today in a fairly new tank but I can't see it good enough to tell what it is. I'm back in the hobby after a 25 year hiatus is it good bad or indifferent
 

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Chris A.

Formally toomanyfish
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#4
That’s a nudibranch, good or bad one don’t know unless u get a better picture.
Take it out into a container and snap a picture. I wouldn’t risk having it in my tank by accident
 

rwjfish

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#6
def. Nudibranch. as earlier people posted, impossible to tell you good/bad without clearer picture.

Now; Nudibranches come in thousands of varieties, each of which pretty much has their own diet.
- There are Berghia Nudibranches, they eat aiptasia, they're the good guys!
- There are Zoanthid eating Nudibranches. Bad guys
- There are Acro eating Nudibranches. Bad guys
- etc..


I would assume bad guy, to be safe.. and if you have had issues with Zoanthids lately, here's your culprit.

-Rudy
 

gurumasta

Senior Moron
BRS Member
#7
Are you talking about that bright white thing? On the post is says that’s just a white thing on the glass? Because I think that’s what everyone is referring to as a nudibranch. Just trying to make sure.
 

tommy6905

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#8
A few of my zoanthids have been closed recently, and Tuesday I took a good hard look around the zoas and found not one but two of these guys. Hopefully you grabbed him before he moved out of sight.

Here's a pic of one of the two I took out of the tank
 

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