Got a few here I need help with

Discussion in 'ID Help - Identify This' started by danmidd, Jul 14, 2014.

  1. danmiddNew MemberMember

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  2. Coradee

    CoradeeModeratorModerator Member

    Top left looks like an asterina starfish
    Bottom left & right are bristleworms, some people say get rid but they can be a useful part of the CUC as long as you don't over feed.
    Don't touch them with your hands as they sting & it hurts!
     
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    danmiddNew MemberMember

    Thank you, and i've just had a little read on the bristleworms, they sound like nasty little things. When I cleaned my skimmer out some small ones were inside but I just got rid of them. When I feed my fish they always come out of nowhere under the rock... its creepy
     
  4. Coradee

    CoradeeModeratorModerator Member

    They always used to freak me out when they came crawling out of the rock, I never did get used to it.
    You can buy traps or make one yourself to try & get rid of them or keep the numbers down, have a look on You tube
     
  5. Slug

    SlugWell Known MemberMember

    The other unidentified pics are polyps, Zoanthid/Palythoa types. A coral. Easily grown and kept.
     
  6. ShanknessNew MemberMember

    1. Most definitely an Asterina Star.
    2. Some type of Zoa or Palythoa.
    3. Same as 2.
    4. Bristle worm.
    5. Slightly thicker bristle worm.
     




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