Discussion in 'Inverts' started by insanereefer420, Jan 22, 2016.
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I understand, especially in a smaller system
Well, I thought I had it nailed. Sorry about that. At least you got some clarification now.
With these types of nems it's important to scrub them thoroughly because if you leave just a little bit then they will grow back. The ones in the reef tank normally are under the shaded area of rocks so I don't experience much trouble from them. Every now and then one will get big enough to where it could threaten a coral, then I scrub it off. If you can't remove the rock try and hold a siphon next to the area your scrubbing during a water change.
Thanks dsc I'll give that a try
Populations tend to increase with over feeding.
Moved to inverts.
they really are cool looking
Just another pic of a big one and another behind it
if they didn't hurt anything in my tank, I'd keep them
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