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I was feeling guilty and lazy. I knew they were harmless but ate something minor that was desirable. For the life of me I couldn't remember what they were or where I had gotten the answer myself when one showed up in my seahorse tank. They really are interesting to watch but mine died off pretty quickly. I even tried to culture one in a small pico tank (that has lots of pods) because they were interesting but was not successful.