Another new creature spotted in tank - looks like a slug

Raven

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Hi guys,
Spotted this oke just now....
I've removed it, is currently in a bucket with water. Just want to know if this is reef safe or not...
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Obi-Wan

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In Vereeniiging?

:skeptical:
In Vanderbijlpark, or Boksburg MAYBE!
But Vereeniging !!??

Or, like South Africa's answer to the Bermuda triangle and it's mysteries !!!


The VAAL Triangle....

:radar:
 

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:skeptical:
In Vanderbijlpark, or Boksburg MAYBE!
But Vereeniging !!??

Or, like South Africa's answer to the Bermuda triangle and it's mysteries !!!

The VAAL Triangle....

:radar:
Dude you have no idea.... some strange stuff around here!:yeahdude:
 

shan

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guys - are all nudies bad? i have see some been sold at an LFS in centurion as nudies and they looked cool - they were kept in a coral tank with sps (plating montis) and everything was happy.
 

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Hi Shan - you get flat worms, and you get some "reef-same" (as they advertise them as) nudibranches that either have a functional purpose in one's tank, or is sold just for their looks.

True nudibraches are never guaranteed to be reef-safe. Even though some nudi's specialise in eating only certain coral polyps......
Other nudi's live on aptaisia - others again live off nuisance algae...
 
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i have some flatworms that live on algae, very very small 0.5cm
and very cool
 

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