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    pink turd cuke profile

    anybody know the real name of a pink turd cuke

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    Do you see any of them on this page?

    http://www.wetwebmedia.com/seacukes.htm

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    no but i got some pictures of mine.But i cant seams to get the pictures on this thread.
    Would you mind if send you a private email.If you dont mind pm me with your address and i will send it to you.

    Thanks
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    no but i included a picture amybe this would help a bit

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    This is the closest that I have come to yours. The red lines are not so distinct

    http://www.reefimages.com/Seastars/Seastars4.htm
    last one on the forth row

    I also found this -

    In Vol 4 of The Modern Coral Reef Aquarium p 383 is a picture of Thenenota anax on the Great Barrier Reef. Scan below

    Vickie

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    Here is a top view. (I don't know how to post 2 pictures in one reply.)

    Vickie

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    It does look like it but covered with sand
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    Common name is Pineapple Sea Cucumber. "This is a virtual giant that can reach a length of 70 cm and a thickness of 15 cm. It is then, a most impressive sight to watch the animal as it slowely wanders across the sandy bottom in 2 to 30 meters depth. The body colour is typically reddish brown, marked with a stellar pattern of large, conical papillae. Often the papillae are of the same colour as that of the body, but they can also be bright orange-coloured. We do not know whether the Pineapple Sea Cucumber is regularly imported for the aquarium trade. But then, we cannot really recommend this species for aquarium maintenance anyway, except for very large display tanks."

    Vickie

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    thanks i will do more search on it

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