How bad is this huge monster :-(

Discussion in 'ID This!' started by Flyariv, Jul 17, 2015.

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  1. Flyariv

    Flyariv Flamingo Tongue

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    Flyariv Flamingo Tongue

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  4. Swisswiss

    Swisswiss Caribbean Reef Squid

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    starting teen, if you have a sump probably better over there
     
  5. Swisswiss

    Swisswiss Caribbean Reef Squid

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    whats that on its body?
     
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    sorry swiss , i didnt understand your reply, can u clarify ? thanks
     
  7. Swisswiss

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    its not a huge worm but its getting there, whats youre live stock aside that lps and soft corals we see?
     
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  9. Va Reef

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    I don't see what's so bad about these as long as you don't feed too much, their population stays down.
     
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    just found it under my clam shell that suddenly died a month ago.
     
  11. Swisswiss

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    probably cleaning up what was left...or perhaps the assassin..... views are split on bristles :s. and realistically speaking unless you are thoroughly quarantining any new addition youre bound to re-introduce them.

    again some will consider them a great addition to the clean up crew, others won't. either way, in a sump he will serve his purpose as a CUC member and stay away from anything you dont want it to get in contact with.... my opinion
     
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    It is a dry heat, yeah right !
    Yeah that is a pup, I have had them 3 feet long.
     
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