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Old 03-13-2011, 10:20 PM   #11
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IDK, when I registered it asked for.all that info so admin would not have to ask these questions. I use the mobile app on my phone.
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Ok, so I logged in with my browser, and the info is in the "my tanks". Anywho..
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I also had a couple bristle worms in my tank. About 4-5" in length. They would also try to grab my fire gobies. I've got an adult flame hawk who didn't bother with the bristle worms at all. Normally the sixline you've got would take care of the worms. But with the worms being 3-4" I'd think they'd be too big for the sixline to see as a meal. A large enough lime green wrasse would probably eat the worms, but at that size he would bully the sixline a lot. My suggestion, and what I did, was to get a small syringe with some liquid calcium. When you see the worm out and about, blast him with the liquid calcium. He will literally disintegrate. Then just pull him (or pieces of him) out of the tank with tweezers or something.
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