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    New growth..

    Hey all, Wondering if anyone knows what this is... Only small now, but looks like a new anemone or something. We noticed it about a month or so ago, maybe a little longer.

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    If I were to guess I'd say it some sort of mushroom

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    Ok thanks! Be interesting to see what it grows into

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Mschaefer14 Click here to enlarge
    Ok thanks! Be interesting to see what it grows into
    A gremlin
    500 gallon fowlr tank


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    Lol

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Baillie Click here to enlarge
    A gremlin
    Dont get it wet... oh to late

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    I'm guessing its a Ball Anemone. They usually inflate at night when the lights are out.

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    Looks like a strawberry anemone... Don't let the name fool you, it's invasive, like aiptasia. Remove it if you can and don't tear it to shreds, as the little pieces will turn into new ones.

    The gremlin reference wasn't that far off, haha.

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    Noticing there's actually a few of them. This is the largest but there are smaller ones around the tank as well

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