Discussion in 'Coral Health' started by YellowBelly, Aug 6, 2007.
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Another Zoa predator to look out for is:
RE post: Zoa eating snails
Nocturnal, hard to spot.
Certainly have no such problems with my sixline. I would seriously consider catching yours and trading out for another at LFS. :-/
believe me I'm trying....
When I use to work at the LFS, we use to pick off sundial snails and toss them in the parking lot.
LMAO, I saw where somebody was selling a Regal Angel for $50, and their sales pitch was "it will help you get rid of those pesky zoanthids!" LMAO!!!
That sundial was the evil snail that I pulled out. I am glad someone looked up what they were before offing them.
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