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Old 04-20-2008, 04:04 PM   #1
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Any reviews on this? Red Sea Aiptasia-X

I have a ton of aptasia and have been blasting them with AK via a syringe. Seemed to work for a while but now they are multiplying faster than I can kill them. Peppermints didnt work, hot water didnt work, and I dont want any more fish. I happen to find this product at Aquarium supplies for your tropical fish tank, saltwater fish tank, saltwater aquarium fish, freshwater aquarium fish & reef aquarium. Aquarium filters, aquarium lighting, aquarium tanks, protein skimmers & more for your reef tank. and wondered if anyone has used it.

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Old 04-20-2008, 04:25 PM   #2
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Never used, but get some Joe's Juice. I thnk you will get a lot of replies saying that Joe's Juice has worked for them.

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I use joe's juice with great success. Make sure you turn off your water movement equipment and hit them in the mouth. The bigger ones will grow back so you will need to hit them again.
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I've only ever used Joe's Juice so I can't say anything about Red Sea Aptasia-X. I expect it is similar to JJ.
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I have used (and continue to use) Aiptasia-X. I've never tried Joe's Juice, so can't compare, but it works better than anything else I've tried (kalkwasser paste, lemon juice, boiling water). Highly recommend it!
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Could it possibly harm a condylactis anemone?

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