Agreepic1 & 2 look like a nudi attack.
You don't see them until you dip. A well known reefer here, compared them to fleas. When they start laying eggs they become terribly destructive. The bigger sexually mature ones can be seen but vast majority are very smallI do not see any nudis.
I would guess flow.The 3rd one ease from the base up.
http://www.marineaquariumsa.com/forumdisplay.php?f=35Ok what treatment here please
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