Barrier usually has pretty interesting hunter type wrasses for flatworms. They have 6 lines always, and the last 2 times I've been there they've had hawiian 4 line wrasses, which are even cooler and people say they eat not only planaria, but AEFW and monti nudis as well (at least that's why I thought there was a rush on them last summer).
Planaria flatworms aren't a big deal as long as you keep your water parameters in check. Usually they only show up on something that's dieing.
thanks guys will call first thing in the morning if anyone else knows any where they have them keep them coming
I checked out a few places tonight and was a no go on the blue velvet nudi branch and the leopard wrasse but I did pick up a few nice 6 line wrasses, a nice yellow coris wrasse, and a nice orange spotted diamond goby
its a large system everyone has more than enough space and to tell the truth the 2 six line don't leave each others side and the yellow is just happy to have a place to call home the six lines are already hitting a few of the flats so will hope for the best until the blue nudi vacuum is located or a nice leopard