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Just ordered 3 nudibranch bergia to munch the aips hopefully this will get rid of them

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Be interested to hear how this goes for you , are you leaving your wrasse in ?
I was thinking of using bergia but was concerned my wrasse may munch them , I had thought of removing a smaller infested rock and setting up a small tank to establish a good colony on the rock before replacing back to the display tank.

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Yeh it's a it of a worry but the seller said he has a few wrasse in with his and had no problems but I will release them late when lights are off

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Reply #18

Finally got myself a doser a aquamedic evo 4 plus a triple container just dosing Alk for now as my Calc and mag are high. Doser was quite straightforward to set up I just went on YouTube and copied them

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