Discussion in 'ASAP' started by Matt Rogers, Nov 14, 2004.
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Thanks Matt and good luck with your flat worm endeavor ........................... John
You too. Let me know what works for you. (Hook up that Tunze yet?)
[quote author=Matt Rogers link=board=ASAP;num=1100468500;start=15#21 date=11/28/04 at 09:18:10](Hook up that Tunze yet?)[/quote]
Not Yet Matt Sorry :-[ I will try to get it done next weekend I have been quite busy my self. I haven't had much time to do anything ( That I want to do That is ) ;D............... John
I know how that goes!
well, I had those things ages age in my 10 gallon tank. I always thaught they were baby snails. But I don't think they were reddish. They were just white. But looked 100% like the picture in the link matt posted.
I just looked and don't see a single one in there right now. Guess I'm lucky then
You're very lucky!
I just siphoned a million of these flatworms out of my tank. I am gonna cave and buy fish now.
Hey fletch, a six-line wrasse might be a better bet.
I probably will get one.
Yah Matt I think I am going to do the same thing this weekend and get a six-line if I can find one. :-/ I just looked in my tank when I got home from work and there is still a bunch in there and I think I better do something before they get out of hand. Matt if you get one before I do let me know if the wrasse is helping, Thanks .................... John
I had them once before a move. Lost them in the move,...somehow the damn urchin made it. Before I lost them, I was told that a six line would do it, so, I guess thats about 4 people with the same story. I was also told that in an established tank, a Mandarin will help, only I can't remember if there was a certain variety...good luck.
THanks man. So far the sixline is seriously outnumbered. Hopefully I'll find a balance by continuing to siphon.
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