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"I just introduced a lunar wrasse into my tank due to some overrunning of bristle worms. I no longer have bristle worms, however I don't have a ribbon worm anymore either. My wrasse SEEMS peaceful enough as long as it's fed. My damsel does have a chunk or two bitten out of it but I think it is playing scapegoat for the rest of my fish. For the price, it's a great tradeoff. My snails are still around, my grouper has not resorted to hiding, and my blenny and 2 maroon clownfish are also doing fine."

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