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Hydrozoa cnidaria
Name: Hydroids
Type: Misc
Treatment: Remove all visible hydroids with a scalpel or razor blade, or treat with pickling lime or Joe's Juice

Identification: Tiny jellyfish-like animals that can attach themselves to nearly any surface in a tank

Prevention: Carefully check and clean all rocks and coral before adding to the tank.
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hydroids - reefshydroids 2 - reefshydroids 3 - reefs

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