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    flatworms

    as some of you know i have somes flatworms in my tank
    so i have decide to use flatworm exit and i started the treatment this afternoon

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    at 2.30 i started the first dose, 2 capfull, and almost immediately the f/w started to move as fast at they could

    at 2.45 i started the carbon in a canister. at that time they had started to die

    at around 3.00 i added another capfull of exit nothing happened but some mushrooms closed. all the fishes and the corals seem fine

    at 4.00 i changed 15 gallons of water and i also changed the carbon

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    i will notify you of any further developments tonight

    thanks for the help of tang man montreal who helped me all along this procedure thanks again

    if someone ever had the same problem dont hesitate to post your reply

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    its 5.15 and everything is fine at 6.30 i will feed the fish then i will see there reactions

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    Glad to hear that it's working out...

    I am Homer of BORG... Prepare to be..OOOO!! DONUT!!!!!!

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    I'm reading this with great interest, I talked to Vince about this today... I've got the plague.

    Those little buggers showed up real quick all of a sudden, last coral I added was at least 6 months ago.

    I bet the higher heat in the tank throughout the summer punched their libido through the roof. The c/c substrate and my live rock has traces everywhere. Oh Man!!!

    Like Vince said, I'm better off getting this under control now before I set up the 220.

    Van
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    Well guys,

    I'm glad to have been of help.
    Harley, I'm waiting to hear good news from ya tomorrow...

    Van, Like I mentioned today, I'm ready to lend a helping hand if ya need one....

    We'll get every last one of those little buggers! :guns:
    I am Homer of BORG... Prepare to be..OOOO!! DONUT!!!!!!

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    ReefVan.. I think you got everyone looking at their tanks tonight... its not nice feeling to read they can pop up out of knowhere in a matter of days... uggg!!!

    IJO

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    I am truly a rare & dying breed!!

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    yesterday at feeding time everybody was there and they eat as ussual

    its 6.30 am light are off i cant wait to see if everybody is ok

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