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Identification for a NewB: What are these?

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Identification for a NewB: What are these?

Postby Aqueries » Sat 04 May, 2019 9:40 pm

Hi There,

New to the hobby. I have seen these appear on a live rock in my tank. anyone have any ideas what they could be. They kinda look like eggs, but I'm not sure from what.

https://smithtech1-my.sharepoint.com/:i ... g?e=efb3sb

Thanks,

Elliot
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Re: Identification for a NewB: What are these?

Postby Combatants » Wed 29 May, 2019 10:38 am

Looks like Air caught in some Algae. But the fun of LiveRock is it often holds sneaky mysteries :)
I often find myself discovering new critters or formations appearing on the rock.
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