Help Identify These Odd Things And Other Stuff

Discussion in 'Saltwater Beginners' started by Copingwithpods, Jul 7, 2019.

  1. Copingwithpods

    CopingwithpodsNew MemberMember

    Tank is a biocube 14g
    Upgraded pump, uv light, refugium with cheato+mangrove, ai prime light and aqua ato.

    Parameters;

    Salinity 1.025
    Ph. 8.2
    Phophate near 0
    Nitrate near 0
    Calcium 450

    The tank is almost 2 months old and understandably still going through the motions as expected. What I didn't expect was these guys

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    Very hard to photograph but they look like small white jelly filled sacks all over my back return chamber. Any idea what they could be?
     
  2. Suzanne2

    Suzanne2Valued MemberMember

    Could it be snail eggs?
     
  3. coralbandit

    coralbanditFishlore VIPMember

    Sounds like you are describing pineapple sponges ..
    I can't see much in photo to go off ..
     
  4. OP
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    Copingwithpods

    CopingwithpodsNew MemberMember

    I have read about pineapple sponges but haven't found a picture of them online to compare to what's in my tank.

    As far as snail eggs goes, could be a possibility that a snail went back there, laid eggs and then crawled back into the display.

    I'm hoping it's not a pest of any kind. I've been very maticulous with dipping and cleaning corals and inspecting them carefully but I know this isn't a stop all just reduces the possibility of a pest getting in my tank.