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    Flatworms

    To the person that gave my wife flatworms, next time I would rather you gave her crabs. What a pain in the A**!
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    LOL.
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    Flatworm exit and some good wrasses!
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    I've had good luck with target madarins and 6-lines...
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    +1 on the target mandarin.


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    I think all is well. I basically fresh water dipped the whole tank. Then I blasted them with a turkey baster to get them where I could scoop them in a net. Then I sucked out the ones I could see. Then we used flatworm exit. Then we added carbon and did a water change. PITA!
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    yup freaking sucks

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    Chrysiptera springeri eat them

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    I guess the moral of the story is to dip everything before putting it in your tank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRuby View Post
    I guess the moral of the story is to dip everything before putting it in your tank.
    Absolutely!!!
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    +1 to dipping

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    Quote Originally Posted by 719bloodhound View Post
    Chrysiptera springeri eat them
    Good luck finding one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by smokey View Post
    Good luck finding one.


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