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Old 03-13-2012, 12:01 PM   #11
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lol very true, you could just chuck it or put the aiptasia filled rock in the sump & put dry rock in.
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What about biological I E shrimp?
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it's not a guarantee, it works for some people & not for others. getting rid of it is 100% guaranteed, but it's all up to the OP
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Yeah bought two peppermints and watch my purple dottyback attack both as soon as they got in there lasted a couple days then were in pieces.
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