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Old 06-19-2011, 01:13 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by joy13 View Post
If you have aiptasia don't get a fish to take care of it.

Copperbands diet in general seems to be hard to replicate in home aquariums from what I have read and researched. They should live more than a couple of years in a tank but everyone I know say after a few months they start wasting away. They eat but they start loosing weight.

If you want to get rid of aiptasia without chemicals you can always use one of these Amazon.com: Majano Wand - Mojano & Aiptasia Zapper: Kitchen & Dining

That is the niftiest device ever! LOL

Just zap them away! Don't know how much aiptasia you'd need for that to pay off though. hehe

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When I had that problem I got my self to peppermint shrimps and they took care of
My problem in 3-4 days .......but keep in mind they will not eat the real big ones.

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