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Old 04-16-2012, 1:11 PM   #1
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Can anyone ID these eggs?

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Old 04-16-2012, 1:15 PM   #2
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Some kind of invert.

Jamescook has then all over his systems, he is currently tumbling a batch of them.
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I think they are the arthropods that look like caterpillers

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?? Like a caterpiller? I'm keeping a close eye on them and see if I can tell as they develop.

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like a little rollie- pollie. just look and you'll see them scurrying all over the rubble.

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Ok got ya. The catepillar part threw me off. Ha. I'm not disagreeing with you but these egg sacks are a little larger than the size of one of those pods curled up.
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like a little rollie- pollie. just look and you'll see them scurrying all over the rubble.
Any update on your alien eggs?
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I just tossed them back into a refugium. I'm finding them on all the strainer baskets and plumbing.

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They look like Strombus snail egg sacs, do you have any strombus snails in your tank?

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