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Post by mom_of_3 on Wed 28 Aug 2013, 12:57 pm

Hey everyone i'm new to keeping saltwater aquariums but am hoping that I can learn quickly. I make several trips to the Galveston area every year and this time we brought home a hermit crab that started me down this path. I am the 27 year old mother of three and have been with my husband for going on 10 years now. I hope that this is a great community that will eventually feel like a second family to me. I will post pics and a link to my photobucket album soon so that you may all see what I have and can give me any advice that you think may help me on this journey.


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Re: New to saltwater in Northeast texas

Post by J.Davis on Wed 28 Aug 2013, 9:37 pm

Welcome to the forum! Everyone's saltwater journey takes it's own path.. just enjoy the ride.
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Re: New to saltwater in Northeast texas

Post by VanessaHernandez on Wed 28 Aug 2013, 11:02 pm

Hi! :)Welcome to the forum! I am actually pretty new to this hobby as well! I have enjoyed it! I've had some tough times but the amazing people on this forum have really helped me out! Dont hesitate to ask lots of questions! Smile

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Re: New to saltwater in Northeast texas

Post by mom_of_3 on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 10:44 am

Thanks for the words of welcome! I have a post in the ID thread as well trying to identify an anemone that emerged from a rock I collected on my last trip to the coast...I am hoping to get a positive id on it from others with more experience. " />
Hopefully I can find out what it is soon...the suspense is killing me...lol.

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Re: New to saltwater in Northeast texas

Post by DonnieP on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 11:26 am

That Anemone looks like a Warty Anemone to me commonly found on the Texas coast. Here is a link to a little info, searching Warty Anemone will give more results. Look for the warty knobs on the base, this is a tell tell sign.

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Re: New to saltwater in Northeast texas

Post by mom_of_3 on Thu 29 Aug 2013, 1:43 pm

Donnie thank you so much... I thought that is what it might be from cruising other forums and pictures but to have someone second my opinion is great!!

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