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I just got rid of a batch of Hydras myself after getting them in a fry tank that I was feeding heavily to encourage growth. Apparently, it's fairly common for that to happen. I got rid of mine using Aquari-sol and H2O2, although, I'd just try H202 by itself first.

Here's a picture of ones in my tank:


Here's my experience:
http://www.guitarfish.org/2008/09/06/attack-of-the-hydra
 

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I'd take 'em out just so you don't inadvertently transfer them to some other hobbyist when you give out plants, etc... I imagine they might survive on infursoria or the like. Just squirt some hydrogen peroxide (or maybe even Seachem Excel) on them, and watch them shrivel up. ;-)
 
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