Help with ID

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  1. Kalvyn

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    Hi. I have found these organisms on my soft coral. Please how can I get rid of them. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1362672460.516020.jpg

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    dallasg Moderator MASA Contributor

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    those look like flatworms
    there are 2 ways to remove, with additives or wrasses/shrimps
     
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    Or if they on on that coral, take it out and dip it.
     
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    dallasg Moderator MASA Contributor

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    nope, 6 line wrasse, radiant wrasse, yellow or green wrasse
     
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    if you can take it out, 1L of tank water, with 5ml iodine for 10min or get TLF Coral Revive or CoralRx
    discard tank water after use
     
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    Nope not only on coral. I do take that those wrasse are reef safe?

    My tank is now 7 months.

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    v.v.nice :) 6 line wrasse would be my choice, theyre like little stealth jets that zoom in and naround everything, just don't expect it to pose for a photo ;)
     
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    or a turkey baster... those are definitely flatworm
     
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