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Roughly 2 weeks ago I picked up a torch, a octo, a frogspawn along with a red fire fish. I did my usual intro drip acclimated the fish a dipped the coral with Revive. I guess I didn’t dip right lol. Ahh well there in there now an it is what it is.
Question I have is should I embrace these freeloaders or should i get on to putting together a plan to try an eradicate them and if not possible at least mitigate there numbers .
Any thoughts ideas, guesses, or questions i
Will def appreciate an explanation
 

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Your video doesn’t work. Can you post a picture or name the pest you are talking about? To post a video you need to upload to youtube and link it or embed. .mov files from your phone don’t work on here unfortunately.
 

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Your video doesn’t work. Can you post a picture or name the pest you are talking about? To post a video you need to upload to youtube and link it or embed. .mov files from your phone don’t work on here unfortunately.

Worked fine for me.

But they are copepods. Not a pest.
 

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Huh, I guess maybe it only works on a computer? Anyways if they are copepods I agree. Freeloaders… LOL. Not at all.
I noticed iPhone doesn’t play .mov files without an app. Android and computer do.
 

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Your video doesn’t work. Can you post a picture or name the pest you are talking about? To post a video you need to upload to youtube and link it or embed. .mov files from your phone don’t work on here unfortunately.
Most of the videos require a download when they are posted like this. I don’t trust downloading most of them, so I wait until someone tells them to post to YouTube:rolling-on-the-floor-laughing:!
 

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Yeah, those are copepods - you can see one pretty clearly near the start of the video, and it's got the typical copepod shape and antennae.
 

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