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Old 02-05-2005, 01:18 PM   #11
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I was under the impression that there was nothing that would eat the bad isopod types.

Does anyone else have any experience with using 6-lines to remove them from a tank?

It is not a huge problem to move the fish, I have an empty tank, just would like to not have to go that route if I could.
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Old 02-06-2005, 02:37 PM   #12
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Well after going night diving last night all I found was a shiny black, oval on the LR, which I got a pic of, couldn't suck it out with a Baster, although it also didn't run when poked and smashed, sitll haging on by a thread on the LR.

Also found a "bag" of something connected to the sand bed. I have sucked one of these things out before, it is actually connected down into the sand bed.

I am kind of hesitant to remove it incase it is something worth while.
Porbably will remove it later today just in case though. I will upload pics in the Identification forum later today.

So looks like a wrasse is in my future!
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