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Old 10-02-2006, 10:45 AM   #11
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SassyAngel111 CB and a peppermint shrimp
I have never had a CB, but I have read they will take out most other shrimp.....
To get rid of the aiptasia, use boiling water in a turkey baster or Joe's juice, as stated above, I think I have read other's using lemon juic...the kind that comes in the little lemon looking container.....ummmm, lemmon!
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+1 to the Peppermint shrimp idea. I had a few aptaisia start when I got my tank going, once the cycle was done, I threw in 2 Peppermint shrimp and no more aptaisia.
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Some believe that a gold banded butterfly fish is a natural controller of Aiptasia. (I think that's the right butterfly fish, if you google aiptasia you'll be able to get some great facts)
Not a good idea. Just thought I'd mention. Fish is kinda hard to keep and sensitive. Also will not fit in your 29 gallon.

I've used Joes Juice and it rocks. I would avoid lemon juice if at all possible because it may damage other corals, livestock in the tank.

After the other pictures, I'm fairly certain that's a brain.

About the CB Shrimp, I would add with caution.
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tweaver001 no I only have about three that came on the rock that is hosting the christmas tree worms. The one that is infront of the cabbage leather is just a rock with polyps.

I guess it means a new turkey baster and boiling water to get rid of these pest.

Thanks for the info.
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