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Id request the photos are not good

DrBatty

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The way he seems to be mimicking algae, I'd say A. Aculeatus. If you can get better pics that would be helpful for a sure answer!
 

monty

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DrBatty;94407 said:
The way he seems to be mimicking algae, I'd say A. Aculeatus. If you can get better pics that would be helpful for a sure answer!
I'll second that it looks like aculeatus, but Roy or Mucktopus are the best to say for sure. I think there's a dwarf from around there that has similar papillae too...
 

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