are these pods or??

ducati335i

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sorry for the bad pix, just making sure they aren't pests.. i do see these in my display tank, but this is in my frag tank where i have new fish to eat the pods..

some are brownish, most are white/gray

thanx
 

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The ones on the glass are definitly pods. It's hard to tell with the blurry photo, but the ones on the rocks look like they might be chitons. Either way, both are good.
 

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http://www.wetwebmedia.com/ca/volume_2/cav2i1/Pods/pods.htm

Check out the info above.

By the way, on the first and last pic it looks like you have flatworms (the yellowish ovals). They usually are not harmful unless you have the acro eating type or they take over your tank.

http://www.wetwebmedia.com/fltwmid.htm Flat Worm Info


thanx guys, they are pods, looked up some stuff, these suckers get big when no fishes are in there to eat them... (i have the shrimp ones ampho and the reg ones, lol)

i know i have some flat worms, i'm gonna get a 6 line, its like u need a qt for everything:irked:

how can i tell if they are the acro eating ones?
 

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i know, its so annoying, i just bought a 6 line, i have flatworm exit too, i may need to use it soon.... u def have to dip every coral, sux!

It's threads like this that make me happy I have my Six Line. Makes up for all those "Psycho Six Line" posts. Mine is a model citizen by the way...unless of course you are some sort of flatworm.
 
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