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The title is just for fun but removing the mantis shrimp has been painful and without success. Thanks to the reefers here who adviced me to get rid of two Mantis shrimp piggybacker, I decided to take action. First I did the inverted water trap. Failed. I bought this trap from a LFS. (See picture.) Tried it in the tank. Failed. Thankfully I saw the live rock in which the shrimp was residing. I took the rock out and placed the trap in it with food. (See picture) Failed. This morning, after reading some articles, I tried to put cold freshwater. Failed. Poured non-sweet carbonated water. Faile
Hi reefers, Recently, backside itchy and added a flame angel to my reef tank. 1st wk was ok but after that as it get acclimatized and bolder, it went on to nip on my Christmas tree worm, German blue digi, jade green digi, superman monti and some of my other acros. Cos after its introduction, there's no or in some case very little polyps extension. I did saw it nipping on a few occasions. So my question is how to trap or catch it out? I've been trying for a wk, got a hangon fish trap/isolation box to trying bait it in. Put some prawn meat but it juz won't go in. Any suggestion from