You can't be expected to remember everybody's location.Sorry Moz.... I forgot that you were in PE too ;-)
My brain is not working this evening.... sorry man!
Chaetodon auriga, has been know to eat nudibranches and occurs locally in summer, but there is also a very good chance that they eat your corals as well.hi guy's, thanks 4 the help, bit bizy right now, will be in contact soon, again, thanks for the help
ooh, just a quieck q. any 1 know how to get rid of nudibranches, hoping for a fish perhaps that would eat them, somethin as natural as possible. dipping all my coral and lr is not going to be an option.
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