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Old 03-27-2012, 12:29 PM   #1
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What are these????

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Each pic has somthing different it all came on the same LR
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The one picture with the blue flower looking one is blue clove polyps. The red is either a mushroom or a red monti cap, I can't tell for sure.
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Thanks .. So I was reading up on them and they seam to be invasive and sting other corals

It that true ?

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How do I get rid of them?
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I just read a big long thread on another forum about them. There seems to be some debate as to how aggressive they are, but they are definitely invasive. One poster suggested sexy shrimp will happily chow down on them. Anyone able to confirm this?
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