I recently notice I have flatworms in my tank. Now during these past few weeks I got a blue anthellia colony, montipora frag and some zoo and palythoa frags. I thought they only affect mushrooms. Can someone give me an answer.
There are no definitely in any fish or invert eating some pest. Some times they will a lot of times they wouldn't.romain said:BTW, according to some experts, fish that definitely eats flatworm is Leopard Wrasse.
EDIT to avoid confusion, no link related. THanks Tony.
Absolutely, 100% agreement here. Anyone who tells you 'definitely' is not to be believed.marrone said:There are no definitely in any fish or invert eating some pest. Some times they will a lot of times they wouldn't.
Usually those experts are trying to sell them :wink1:romain said:
That's what I think and what I did last year. And it works indeed.marrone said:Actually I think the best way is to siphon them out of the tank. Do it every day with the lights fully on and eventually you get them under control to the point where they usually disappear.
romain said:Not all sixlline eat flatworms. Siphoning is a must IMHO.
Before you add a Six-line take into account how aggressive they are and what problems they can bring to your tank.Zoous said:Thanks for the replies. i will try to siphon them out and get a six-line as well. hopefully that will work out.