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Discussion in 'General Discussions and Advice' started by sihaya, 5 Nov 2012.

  1. sihaya

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    Just letting everyone know that I'm still here. Someone said I disappeared. Bloody lies I tell you! ;-) I still visit MASA and I'm still reefin' along.

    In fact, I'm currently suffering a flat worm infestation. I've had them, in small numbers, since I started my system... but now they've really blossomed. I haven't decided what, if anything, I'm going to do about it.
     
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  3. leslie hempel

    leslie hempel Moderator MASA Contributor

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    nice to see all is well... dont be so quiet :tt2:
     
  4. butcherman

    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    errr welcome back? :) glad you never left us
     
  5. belindamotion

    belindamotion Google Master

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    Welcome back...:p...I'm sitting with an Aiptasia infestation...*sigh*...can't a girl get a break..:p
    Nice to see you posting...:thumbup:
     
  6. Seabass

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    Flatworm exit is worth it.
     
  7. Nemos Janitor

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    Welcome to MASA Sihaya. :p

    LOL we missed you, please don't go MIA again. :thumbup:
     
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    sihaya Thread Starter

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    Haha... actually, you might be surprised to know that I was the 5th person (I think) to ever join MASA!
     
  10. sihaya

    sihaya Thread Starter

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    I know that stuff does work. But I'm worried about toxicity issues.
     
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    Yes I know the history well.:thumbup: Just teasing.
     
  12. sihaya

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    I'm considering using a stiff narrow tube attached to some airline tubing, to make a siphon-vacuum, and just sucking them all out that way.
     
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    Lucky NO:7
     
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    Hi sihaya,
    I have also had flatworm for months now. It comes and goes literally. What I do is exactly what you said. I siphon them off my mushrooms. They come off surprisingly easy. And it keeps the numbers in check. Quick and easy.... Its not gonna eliminate them, but I prefer doing this as opposed to using chemicals.
     
  15. crispin

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    welcometomasa its great to have you join (again). remember take things slow and read up about the Nitrogen cycle.

    You have a tank? Pics or it never happened (not much changes here we still love to see other peoples tanks).

    Great to see you posting again and Good to hear that some of America survived after Sandy, if CNN is to be believed the world population was about to drop a couple of million.
     
  16. RiaanP

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    nope, 7th member.

    Anyway, "Welcome" back
    I'm rescuing a bubble tip anemone at the moment. Was pure white. Now already 3 months and on its way to recover. This week was actually the first time that he positively reacted to fish roe.
     
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    butcherman Moderator MASA Contributor

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    who where the first ten?
     
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    RiaanP Moderator

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    If you are on a persons CP, you can see his member number. On the contact info tab,
    Sihaya is number 7
    http://www.marineaquariumsa.com/member.php?u=7

    To see the first 10, you need to know them first. Or ask @viper357 to help :)
     
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    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    Or look at the members list and sort by Join Date ;)
     
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    She's back!!!! WHOOO HOOOO!!!!!
     
  21. crispin

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    thats sounds too easy....i like riaans method better:p
     
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