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    coral dip

    got an email about this and started looking into it a little more kinda interesting

    http://www.reef2reef.com/forums/gene...coral-dip.html

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    I use it on every coral I put in my tank. Haven't lost a frag and haven't gotten any bugs


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    Quote Originally Posted by 719bloodhound View Post
    got an email about this and started looking into it a little more kinda interesting

    http://www.reef2reef.com/forums/gene...coral-dip.html
    Might have to try thins on some Spaghetti worms I got somehow. CoralRX doesn't touch them

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    Coach turned my onto the Bayer dip. Works great for me

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    I use a couple different dips mostly coralrx or revive and bayer. Cover all bases. MASC did a demonstration with Flatworms and copepods I think. Revive killed Flatworms but not the bugs. Opposite with bayer.

    Bayer is designed to degrade or disintegrate the exoskeleton of bugs. No exoskeleton, no effect.

    At least that's what I understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balz3352 View Post
    I use a couple different dips mostly coralrx or revive and bayer. Cover all bases. MASC did a demonstration with Flatworms and copepods I think. Revive killed Flatworms but not the bugs. Opposite with bayer.

    Bayer is designed to degrade or disintegrate the exoskeleton of bugs. No exoskeleton, no effect.

    At least that's what I understand.
    Might just work then on these bastards.

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    Well I want to perform this experiment and see at what dosage is bayer effective against flatworms

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