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Old 05-11-2012, 10:01 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Sniperhank

If this is happening then nuke them IMO. I would load up on aiptasia-x and go to town hard on them. They have to be a nem of some sort, so it should work.
Ya I hate to do it but I was thinking that as well.

I'm a bit concerned that the Aiptasia x won't work though. Then what do I do?

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Old 05-11-2012, 10:08 PM   #12
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In my opinon there are only 2 ways to eliminate them. Boiling water and boiled lemon juice just didn't work for me on very small aiptasias. If aiptasia-x doesn't work...burn them. Take a lighter to them and scrub it away with a toothbrush and distilled water. I know you said the rock can't come out...but with enough effort it could. And in the larger scheme of things, those decide to take over your tank you'd wished you had. Finish them before they finish you.

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