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Matt2485

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Hi I have little white critter looking things on my monti frag it was orange with green polyps when I first got it but it seams a little grumpy
All my parameters are ok and help would be appreciated

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Non-reef safe nudibranch which is munching on your coral. Remove and discard.
 
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Yep looks like dipx will stun and knock them off at least. So yeah if you can pull the monti out and dip a few times I believe it should help.

mine were all gone after 2 separate dips in revive about a week apart.
 

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