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    Olduvai Theory - This is a one-shot affair. If we fail, this planetary system fails so far as intelligence is concerned. The same will be true of other planetary systems. On each of them there will be one chance, and one chance only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derbird View Post

    It will most likely decimate your zoanthid and palyotha corals.
    I had one in a mixed tank didn't touch any of my corals, it was a small sized one but he disappeared think my brittle star got him so I replaced him with another and it was about twice the size of my last one and he loved to nip corals so it's a dice roll. Think you have a better chance with a smaller one but that's my opinion.

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    I also injected lemon juice into them. They never came back.

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    Luckily I only ever had about 3 in my tank,got a peppermint shrimp and it took care of them in about 3 days then the dottyback had shrimp for dinner (dam dottyback)so no shrimp in tank for me

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    Never heard of using laser beam for this before but my nudies worked and so did my copperband. Your tank is small so i don't know why nudies didn't work. Make sure is berghia though

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    I got a pepperment shrimp that I put in a seperate tank and the only thing he had to eat was the aptaisia he survived and is now in my main tank he is all over any new corals that come in the tank, it seems to be his favourite food.

    It was just an experiment that happened to work out, thought I would share!

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    I have used a medical syringe filled with a strong kalk solution in the past. Worked like a charm, but you have to be careful on a small tank.

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