what the hell finding all kinds of things

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    ZyberGoby Because I'm clever VIP Member

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    ok i dont know what this is can any one help me find out please!!!
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    Some type Nudibranch?
     
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    Yes some type of Nudi. Not sure, but kind of looks like a zoa eating nudi. I would remove all that you see then seach all your zoas for eggs. And dip them in a coral dip.

    Zoa Eating Nudibranch Pics - Manhattan Reefs
     
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    Ok this sucks I just looked it up with the zoa eatting kind and looks just like it. I'm a bit pissed now. seem things keep poping up on me I don't want. 90% of my corals are zoa now I have to pull them all. :( Then hunt them down. Damn it new I should of caught it before I left for work frak... I guess when I get the proflex today I have to use the chambers as a waiting tank for my zoa :( till I find all the wii bastards!!!! grrrrrr I never ever get a fraken brake its one thing after another I so vary much feel like a failure with this reef tank now with all the pests I have had and the piss poor luck with this reef.
     
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    I've had luck picking things out with tweezers but you have to be dilligent and pick everyone out the instant you see it.

    I have asterina and although I have not eradicated them I have been able to keep their numbers so low that they cannot really do any damage.
     
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    well I have not see them I pulled the tank apart dipped my corals as to take care of eggs. I may leave that guy in there I have seen the decrees in aiptasia anemones maybe it has a hankering for them lol. Any who thanks for the help
     
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    OK I sucked up 7 Nudi's thus far how many More remain grrrrrr!!!
     
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    Dipping the coral will kill the adults, not the eggs.
     
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