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    My cleaner wrasse seems to been eating these in DT too. But I found so many of these in my refugium. What worries me is that they are wiping out my copepod population in my refugium


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex77619 View Post
    My cleaner wrasse seems to been eating these in DT too. But I found so many of these in my refugium. What worries me is that they are wiping out my copepod population in my refugium


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    They will wipe out the copepods and die off a bit. Then the copepods population will rebound, eventually, it'll find homeostatis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex77619 View Post
    My cleaner wrasse seems to been eating these in DT too. But I found so many of these in my refugium. What worries me is that they are wiping out my copepod population in my refugium


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    Move the wrasse down to the sump after he has knocked out the DT, or get a second wrasse for the sump. You can always find a new home for him after he has served his purpose.

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    Catching him is so hard ! I tried once but fail ha


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    buy you a nice colorful wrasse you will want to keep, problem solved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reeftopia View Post
    buy you a nice colorful wrasse you will want to keep, problem solved.
    Good point! Or a cheap yellow canary wrasses for the sump.

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