Not sure if any of you have followed the thread about the red bug treatment, using a easily obtainable insecticide. Originally it was used to treat corals with red bugs, but a few found the treatment killed flatworms as well. I wanted to test this out, because using a 1/4 tablet of interceptor everytime I buy a new coral, gets a little expensive, not that it isn't worth the cost. So I got a mini colony, basically a multi branched acro, and a frag of a deepwater today. On the way home, I stopped at HD and bought the Bayer Advanced Complete Insect Killer the bottle costs 12 bucks, and the amount you use, it will last a lifetime. I used around .04 ml of the stuff, its a cloudy white. And shot it into a few cups of tank water. 15 minutes of basting, you remove, and rinse in tank water. I found 4 little flatworms on the multi branched piece, and nothing on the frag. I did a visible inspection, and saw a white spot under the coral, that made me a little suspicious. Now I am not going to say where I bought them, I know for a fact all the stores have them from time to time, its the nature of the business, importing corals from the wild. Anyway, I wanted to point out that you as a hobby enthusiast are solely responsible for what you put in your tank. Imagine a few months from now, if just tossed that coral into my tank.... I had to add to my thread, because I am pretty certain that 90% of our members don't dip at all. To me that is russain roulette....now I have proof that at least for the AEFW's the product worked, it's cheap, and can be found everywhere. Now I need to find red bugs. Ill post pics off my phone of the FW's.a little later.