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MCSInc

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Score!

Looks like a Micro Star. I ordered a batch of them a while back. Almost never see them except for ocasionally under the edge of a rock I see legs waving around happily. They can crawl into the smallest crack and disappear. Really great picture! It is probably full grown - the little ones are really hard to find.

Congratulations,

MCSInc~Candy
 

mojoreef

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Yep Candy is right that is the full grown version. when thier babies thier bone white in color. I Dont think thier is a rock crevice or hole that doesnt have a leg sticking out of it.


Mike
 

mattseattle

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is it just me or is the picture not showing up? if i click on the link it asks me to save some file and doesn't display a webpage or picture or anything.
 

jlehigh

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lil stars

Wow! That's Great! I love these lil guys.

MattSeattle: I can't use the direct pic because the url is not static, however the link should be working... I just tested it again...
 

jlehigh

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Star Mystery SOLVED!!

4 weeks ago I ordered a cluster duster from LiveAquaria because I never see them locally. Well I liked them so much that I ordered another bunch. Upon carefully examining the bag I discovered FOUR of these little Stars!!! Very cool!
 
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