With super green zoas spreading on the top of a clam shell.
Growing and spreading onto the rockwork. I think it thrives in low light due to the large amount of phytoplankton that I feed.
This pally used to have long tentacles, but they have become shorter and the disk has become larger. Not sure why.
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On the hunt.
No, I don't know how to spell that. LOL
This snail seems to eat a good bit of algae, and looks really cool.
Orange and white girl, and black and white boy.
Our clown pair host everything in the tank. And I really do mean EVERYTHING, including the Crocea Clam. However, they are particularly fond of nestling in this torch coral.
Picture taken in morning when the frog spawn is just 'waking up'. It is often about three times this big in the afternoon.
Sometimes the smallest corals are my favorite.
These candy cane corals were rescued from a store (as many of our corals are) where they had broken from a colony and were half burried in the sand. They are recovering well.
Out of hiding at feeding time.
Yet another type of encrusting coral.
"Are My Polyps Showing?"
Strange thing was on a new quarantined coral. Decided it probably shouldn't go into tank.
Hubby kept a tank of Aiptasia to show methods of how to get rid of them for a CAS presentation.