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Old 03/09/2021, 06:41 AM   #26
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isn't there a non reef safe fish you can buy that will eat the brown zoas?


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Old 03/10/2021, 02:16 PM   #27
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Nope
Something to eat vermetid snails would also be a nice find.


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Old 03/17/2021, 10:53 AM   #28
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Something to eat vermetid snails would also be a nice find.
Try a handful of Bumblebee snails, they have an appetite for them.


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Old 03/17/2021, 05:49 PM   #29
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So I took my one rock with the brown polyps out and soaked it in bleach. I was going to put it back in but thought it might cause issues. So I’m leaving it out side to dry for a few days then put back in. Any foreseeable problems with this?


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So I took my one rock with the brown polyps out and soaked it in bleach. I was going to put it back in but thought it might cause issues. So Iím leaving it out side to dry for a few days then put back in. Any foreseeable problems with this?
I would rinse it in some water with some dechlorinator first, then let it dry.


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Old 03/17/2021, 07:19 PM   #31
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I would rinse it in some water with some dechlorinator first, then let it dry.
I donít have any of that. Itís in a 5 gallon bucket right now in the back yard with a house with running water. Iíll turn it off and drain it after a couple hours and then dry it a couple days and put it back in I guess


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