Help ID - SW Hitch Hikers

Discussion in 'ID Help - Identify This' started by ssaul989, Jul 5, 2014.

  1. ssaul989New MemberMember

    Hello, as mentioned in this thread...
    I am a newbie to the salt water world.
    I started my first tank on 6/28 with live rock and have since found a couple of hitch hikers.I first noticed this guy a few days after the initial startup, and tonight noticed he has moved to an area that is more directly in the current. Any ideas what I might have here?
    First spot noticed...
    A couple of pics tonight after it relocated...
     Thank you
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  2. Coradee

    CoradeeModeratorModerator Member

    It's an anenome of some sort I couldn't tell you which kind, hopefully someone will know the exact species.
  3. fish gazer

    fish gazerValued MemberMember

    Manjano anemone maybe? If it is, I heard that they reproduce like crazy and hard to get rid of for some people.
  4. 1971roadrunner

    1971roadrunnerWell Known MemberMember

    I've seen manjano problems in the past and that's what they looked like. Yes, they are a nuisance anemone and you will want to get rid of it just to be sure. I have a bicolor angel I could rent to you per diem fee if you like (this goes for people with aiptasia anemone too regarding my copperband butterfly) - they eat 'em :).

    *I love my fish!!!

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