Coral Rx is a coral dip which we personally started testing out well over two years ago; we got our first (free) samples way back at the Pittsburgh MACNA. We first wrote about Coral Rx and it’s swanky label back in September 08 but the product has been revamped with new concentrations and way nicer, retail worthy labels. If you are a member of the LWAEFWBS (Living With Acro Eating Flatworm Baster Society) you will especially want to take a good look at Coral Rx to see if removing and dipping corals with Coral Rx could replace your trusty baster. Coral Rx comes in three concentrations to suit a range of coral dipping needs: The Coral Rx is for your everyday loud flatworm drum circle, the Coral Rx Pro will disperse the flatworm band practice next door and the Coral Rx Industrial Strength is for the extreme case of a full-on flatworm hippy festival taking down your corals. For more information visit the Coral Rx website and if you have some time, take a gander at Andrew Lynford’s article on Advanced Aquarist about Eradicating Acoel Flatworms.