Already ID'd items(fairly sure I'm right)

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    Gigaah

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    I'm fairly sure I've Identified these items correctly

    Pic1: Hydroids(Gather fairly harmless and will die out)
    Pic2: Spagehtii worms(Harmless)
    Pic3: Coepepods (TONS all over the glass, the picture is representative of my entire glass surface)I could visually see only a couple move..once I got my camera in macro mode and zoomed in I could see tons of them moving. These are good. I've been waiting for them to show up. I didn't realize what they were for about a week till some got big enough for me to see move by the naked eye.
    Pic4: Coralline Algae (good) I got it growing on my glass and ALL OVER in my algae scrubber.
    Pic5:Spirorbid worms(harmless)

    Tank born on Nov 1st 2009. I'm happy with the Coepepods growth I really want a mandarin at some point. I'm not sure when to determine I'm at that point however other than others rough approximation of time frame.
     

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    Gigaah, Jan 3, 2010
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    You are correct.:D
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Looks like you got them all right! Congrats. All good critters to have (or, at least, all indicate that your tank is headed in the right direction).
     
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