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Old 04-18-2007, 10:50 AM   #11
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I had a similar situation happen and what I did was put direct current on the coral and the aptasia moved off the coral and I was able to get him with JJ.....
Dumb question... so aptasia will move like other anenomes? Obviously it will from Ziggy's response, but I just want to make sure I read that right.
They can definitley move. They are just like any other anemone, just a pest one.
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I've always had peps in my tanks and never had aptasia. I'm guessing/hoping they ate'm long before they grew bigger and I was able to see'm. i hear they don't eat aptasia after it gets larger.
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