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Old 08-01-2018, 08:08 AM
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Default Acros tips bitten

Hi, he saw that some things from the edges of the tips my acros are like bites. At first it was in a tricolor and now I have noticed that it is also in a granulosa. Yesterday I removed all the hermits I had, except one with red legs, and I also have a couple of "Engina mendicaria". Do you think that it may be the cause of the bites? I only have viris chromis and a zebrazoma.
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Difficult so say what it was but it looks indeed like bite marks. I have seen individual tangs which are usually not touch the corals bit in the tips from time to time. It might have something to do with the food if algae are missing but it can also be something else.

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Old 08-02-2018, 02:53 PM
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My Mother! now a millepora.
Tomorrow I remove everything that has legs, including the emerald crab.
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I only have one zebrazoma flasvence and I have never seen it bite anything. But he began to monitor it
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Old 09-02-2018, 07:54 AM
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Good morning, I just wanted to share my experience after having removed all the hermit crabs I had a month ago. In the end I just left the emerald crab and the result has been that I have not seen any damage in any coral. It is clear that they were hermit crabs, although I can not say which of the three specimens I had was the one that produced the bites. Pay fair for sinners.
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Glad to hear you fixed it and thank you for your update.

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