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Old 08-07-2003, 10:02 PM   #1
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Hopefully not a Mojano ?!?

I bought a 7gal. bow front with live coral, etc. on eBay for $60.00. I picked it up as is and it looks great. Only problem is some aiptasia (bought some peppermint shrimp already). I am hoping I do not have "aiptasias on steroids" as I have seen posted. Here are some pictures. The base looks much brighter lime green than the pictures show. The short, stubby tenticles are only around the egde ofthe disc. I have about 20 of these in the tank.


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Looks like majano to me Try injecting them with kalk paste or vinegar or lemon juice

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