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Old 02-17-2004, 11:30 PM   #1
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aiptasia?

Are aiptasia all different colors?



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I've seen them clear, brown green and red, some were very close to purple as well. Yeah, mostly can be just about any color.
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I have a bunch of different colors in my tank
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The last one I removed was well established (over a year) I injected it with calcium supplement and then my urchin moved over him and munched out for 24 hours. Not a piece left to multiply
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I injected it with calcium supplement and then my urchin moved over him and munched out for 24 hours. Not a piece left to multiply

Wow, can I borrow your urchin? lol, he'd be feeding for a month.
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If you were in Athens Georgia I'd say sure. I have 2 of them. One just showed up one day as little tiny guy. they both like to ride my snails around the tank. Do you really have that many aiptasias? You could try just the calcium, I guess the worst thing that could happen is you make more of them.
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I guess the worst thing that could happen is you make more of them.
I sure don't want to do that.
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