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Yes and no. I had a few of the photosynthetic ones prior. Since getting my UC order I've noticed some brown ones as well. So I have these guys so I can try to wipe them out without using flatworm exit. I hate using any kind of chemicals in my tanks.
You need a springeri damsel.
 
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gettin'SPBLAMMERED ...for that ;):cool:
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Did a divers den shopping spree... if money was no concern... today I would have bought 79 items. Here is what my total would have been...

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Posting this link in my thread so I know where it is. Really good read about flatworms and eradication.

 
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I just visited Golden State Corals yesterday and they have two tanks of them. 10 in one 20 in another. Most are 1" range. Do they normally do ok in pairs?
I think in a large enough system they do fine. Damsels are damsels are damsels if you catch my drift. But I hear they do the job.
 

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Did a divers den shopping spree... if money was no concern... today I would have bought 79 items. Here is what my total would have been...

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one of everything?
 

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I think in a large enough system they do fine. Damsels are damsels are damsels if you catch my drift. But I hear they do the job.
I've never owned a damsel so it's partially lost on me. I understand they can be a p I t a and tank bullies. Ya?

My frag tank area will only be about 30 gallons not including sump.
 

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I think in a large enough system they do fine. Damsels are damsels are damsels if you catch my drift. But I hear they do the job.
au contraire my fishy friend.
swallowtail damsels are model citizens.
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