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Old 04-17-2011, 12:40 PM   #11
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It's aiptasia, not antipasta, that's what the reference to making italian was for
ohhh lmao you guys crack me up i thought my speillin was spot on. imm Italian too and i didnt get that better nt let my grandmother know
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You can also get a peppermint shrimp to hopefully avoid any outbreaks.
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the only way ikno to get rid of it is to inject with lemon juice is that a good method
Aiptasia X is an excellent product. Much more effective than lemon juice.

You could also get lucky and get a peppermint that will help keep the little ones under control.
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i like the shrimp idea will black clown gobys and false perc eat em?
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Everyone leaves my shrimp alone in my tank
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yay lol i have my stock list redy now to get this heater n rock
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are you making an italian dish?
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