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Matyas

Supporting Member
Joined
Oct 21, 2017
Location
NW Houston
#2
That looks like a nudibranch. Could be harmless or a zoanthid eating monster. It probobally isnt a monti eating because those are very small. You should probobally remove it just to be safe. 2c
 

sneezebeetle

Director
Board Member
Joined
Jul 9, 2015
Location
Houston, TX
#4
Hate those things! Found one...then two...by the time I was done I probably pulled about 12 from my tank once. I assume they came in on a zoa rock I picked up from a LFS. Manual removal, coral dips, Melanarus Wrasse are your friends

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