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Old 02-16-2006, 09:28 PM   #11
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I have a frikkin colony of both in my overflow...
Hope they are happy, cause I shore aint goin in there after em :/

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However some of them are bad. They will attach to your fish.
FWIW those are isopods. Neither copepods or amphipods are better. In fact if you have one in most instances you have both, you just haven't noticed. Regardless either are signs of atleast decent bio-diversity and good husbandry. HTH

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