Please help me identify

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Sean9rw84, Nov 10, 2014.

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What is it

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  1. Sean9rw84

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    +1
     
    Aquarian, Nov 18, 2014
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    ErinCahir Sausage Wrangler

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    Nah. I think it's a macro, too. It just looked slightly spongey in the last picture.
     
    ErinCahir, Nov 18, 2014
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    no retraction noted :)
     
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    Its doesn't respond to movement or touch. Im gonna remove a sample tonight ck it out. Then I am gonna set it on fire to send a message to the others, beware im gonna find out who you are :mad:
     
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    Damn The Others!!!!!!
     
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    Macroalgae-
     
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    Thanks, but now I wanna Learn about "Macroalgae"
     
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    Generally good in the sense that they out compete the "micro" nuisance algae good nutrient sinks short lived with herbivore fish -tangs/rabbit fish ect,
     
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    Aquarian, Nov 19, 2014
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    thanks for the great help
     
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    i checked this site out and bookmarked it. this site is great. thanks for posting for sean. i got a lot out of it too.
     
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    definitely macro algae and that's some good stuff! People pay for this in there sump (like myself) would love to have a rock just grow it!!
     
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