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Old 04-18-2011, 12:36 AM   #11
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Yes for crabs an stuff.but these things are tiny they just hang out on the zoo rock I think the only way is to dip the rock in something maybe fresh water or something...
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Old 04-18-2011, 12:38 AM   #12
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Yes for crabs an stuff.but these things are tiny they just hang out on the zoo rock I think the only way is to dip the rock in something maybe fresh water or something...
noo no fw dip that'll do more harm than good whats on the piece of rock only one zoa colony?
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Its a decent colony two or diff colors its a nice piece I think I have a picture of it befor these things started messing with it...
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Old 04-18-2011, 12:46 AM   #14
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a fw dip would stress them if not kill em. how big are they mabye you could catch em with a net or brine shrimp net
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oh and beautiful zoas btw im envious i wish mine will look like that one day
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I did do that knocked them off with a chop stick but there is pretty many and there are eggs..i have read that they can really be a pain in the *** I dunno what to do
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hm lemme google il see if i find anything
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heres a good link it mentiions a reef did hunting for the nudi at night and suckin em up at night with a turkey baster and scrapein any eggs off
http://www.bostonreefers.org/forums/...lid-nudibranch
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here's a thread from AA 3 years back how do you get rid of Zoa eating nudibranchs?
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Hey thanks I will.read it thank you for your help...
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