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Old 11-12-2019, 07:17 PM   #1
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Hi,

I had a torch coral with 4 heads and it died in 3 days.
When I broke of from my rock itís skeleton was very fragile, and I find two of this things inside its skeleton body.
Any body has an Idea what is it Adjustments.jpg


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Looks like a flat worm to me. That's what would have killed your torch. Dip any other torches or euphyllia you have as the same results may happen. Also maybe invest in a 6 line wrasse as they should snack on them.
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