Reef/fish store

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  1. Poacher

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    Does anybody know where there is an actual reef/ Fish store in Franklin Tennessee that still open?
     
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    I don't know of one in Franklin. I live in Franklin, and the store I usually go to is Aquatic Critter.
     
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    Yea but done have time to go to critters. Thks though.
     
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    Thank you. Ill check it out.
     
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    This store does not carry much saltwater/reef/coral you will be better served going to the AC. It is a great store for fresh water supplies though.
     
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    Ok. What kind of parasitic worm is this and how do I kill it out

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    LbulletM Valuable Member R2R Supporter MTRCMember Build Thread Contributor

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    Looks like a bristle worm. Just remove it, but not harmful in small numbers.
     
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    Had several in a bunch of alge i got for refugium
     
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    rcmike Well-Known Member MTRCMember

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    I wouldn't worry about them unless they get way out of control. They are great detritivores.
     
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    Other than stinging the crap out of your fingers when you accidentally touch them they are harmless.
     
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