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    Coral Larvae?

    I have several pic's but I think I have coral larvae in a left alone farm tank. Yes, left alone, 2 clowns, tons of frags being farmed for quite some time that are doing very well and no water changes in more than 6 months. That is until yesterday. Anyway, there have been no introductions to this tank in 10 months and just yesterday I noticed what looks like coral larvae. I am thinking they are torch larvae.
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    They are on the sand, glass, corals, buttons, algae clump.... Many on one of my Torches and match the torch's color perfectly. They look like a little blob until you touch them and they scurry away. Would be sweet if I have a thousand Torch coral larvae that will form their own bases and grow like wildfire!
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