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Old 04-17-2014, 03:51 PM   #11
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Then what do I do to get rid of them?
Manual removal basically. And look for eggs.
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What do the eggs look like?
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They're tiny and usually on the stalk of the zoanthid. They look like tiny dots
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No they're much much smaller and only on the zoas
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Do you know - Is there a natural predator that I can add to my tank?
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How big is your tank? Wrasses will sometimes eat them but that is never full proof. I'd try manual removal and dipping them first if you actually see any on it. The fact it was on your glass means it may not be a coral eater
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Interesting .. My tank is 75 gallons.
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Six line wrasses are probably the most common wrasse that will eat them
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