I cannot see ways to prompt them both

I might getting happy your of your own most other WWM so you’re able to processor into the with one experiences quite the opposite, specifically observation in the crazy , in my opinion, they cannot make use of them like state like, pelagic fish. Maybe they harks off their lifetime, living in commune that have anemones, and you may scarcely making their tentacles, it is really not a habits replicated in the wild. When your clowns might have a condition, It is advisable to have a look bullet WWM and attempt and you can choose what’s get/might possibly be or take that advice on a course of therapy. We would not rely on a cleanser shrimp providing.

Cleaner Organisms 1/2/08 Hey Crew, Is there any biological cleaner organisms I can put in my tank with a large Lionfish?

I have a large Raccoon Butterfly in there with some sort of white, wormlike, burrowing parasite on his side, but I can’t think of anything I can put in there that wouldn’t become an appetizer. Or are lions smart enough not to eat cleaner gobies/shrimp/etc? <> Jim

I have six Lysmata shrimp regarding container

Cleaner Wrasse or Cleaner Shrimp? 4/ Hey what’s up, I just bought and undulate triggerfish from my LFS and it is doing fine. It is in a tank with a green wolf eel and a tesselata or honeycomb moray. I was wondering if I could put a cleaner wrasse or cleaner shrimp in the tank with them? Would they eat it or recognize that it is doing no harm and let it clean them? Which one would I have the best luck with them not eating it? (The wrasse or the Shrimp) Thanks for the info!!

Natural predator for parasites. Shades of an SNL skit. Could You be More Vague? 3/ Hi crew, Is there a predator that will feed off parasites including those nasty slugs that feeds on corals especially SPS? Thanks Mohamed

Re: Natural predator for unnamed parasites 3/ Hi Mich, No, I do not know the scientific or common names. I’m referring to them in general, all parasites and slugs that eat SPS. Thanks Mohamed

Cleaner Goby et alpatibility I want to try to keep a cleaner goby, but what risks do I run into by keeping it with a porcupine puffer and a Sebae anemone. I read your FAQs and don’t want to use a cleaner wrasse and shrimp would possibly become a treat for the puffer. What is your opinion on what I should do. Cleaner Gobies Needed? Thank you! Two peppermints, two skunk cleaners and two fire shrimp. The shrimp are about the same size as the fish and the fish don’t allow themselves to be cleaned. Would they allow a cleaner goby to approach them? << I think they would. It often takes a few days, but eventually they do. Plus the captive raised gobies are just so much healthier and do so well. >> I can’t thank all you guys enough! Narayan << Blundell >>