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09/22/2006, 10:30 AM
Can anyone identify what this is?

09/22/2006, 10:34 AM
A flat worm???

09/22/2006, 10:36 AM
looks like a flatworm

09/22/2006, 11:06 AM
So, if it is a flatworm, does anyone know if a mandarin will eat it? I really don't want to use anything if I don't have to. I only have a starburst polyp and a polyp rock, that's it.

09/22/2006, 11:20 AM
Getting a mandarin won't guarentee it will eat them. If you are not wanting to put chemicals in, siphon as many as you can see and keep doing it.

09/22/2006, 11:36 AM
If you spot them, i'd siphon it out. Check out what Melev did in his tank to get rid of them. www.melevsreef.com

09/22/2006, 11:47 AM
Hi dc, fancy meeting you here!:wavehand:

Let me rephrase that. I have a mandarin, that grazes all day but eats mostly frozen foods, but tends to stay mostly in the back and very rarely out in front. I have been considering trying the dry food (mandarin diner), like Melev. So, I was thinking of doing a diner of sorts, but if I put it out in front where I am seeing these things maybe I could lure the mandarin out into the front of the aquarium more. Anyway, I read that mandarins will eat flatworms, but Melev states the target dragonet, so I am not sure if the green/blue mandarin will eat them and was wondering if anyone has heard that they will to.