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    Dipping Zoa's?

    I have a small frag of Zoa's that has a Digitate Hydroid in it's midst. I cannot find my CoralRX dip. What else can I use that won't harm the Zoas? Fresh water?
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    Can you use tweezers and pick it out?

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    Dipping Zoa's?

    Haha-Thanks Marty I think I got it with the tweezers! We'll see tomorrow after lights on. I also think they might be getting to much light. Not open as much as they use to be and are loose on the rock.
    I've never had much luck with zoos anyways so I'm not surprised.
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    My zoanthids do much better down as far as I can place them

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    Quote Originally Posted by NanaReefer View Post
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    lol


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    be very carful with handling zoos as they are very toxic please use gloves as they emit from them self's toxic chemicals dangerous to humans
    mess with the best die like the rest

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