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Old 06-01-2011, 06:20 PM   #11
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sounds like the pest nem apstia(sp?)

aiptasia lol I always have to google to make sure I spell it correctly!
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it's so confusing to spell!
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Afraid not, they are so small I can't get a decent shot, I've spent the last month trailing species lists and I can't find them anywhere, there absolutly see through but they come out about mid day and if a shrimp goes near them it shrivels up and hides, and then it opent up again it's about the size of a 5pence piece
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sounds like aipstia cant be 100% without pic
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So the green stuff is defo hair algae, I'm goin to take them out again, get all the algae of them and not put my lights on for a month, I'm going to clean all my equipment in the tank, and get another 20 snails and 10 hermits
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Lucky you that you have no corals! I wish i could just put my tank in complete blackness to get rid of my algae. Make sure to do water changes as the algae dies, it will be releasing nitrates.
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Lawnmower blennys are fun to watch mow down hair algae.
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