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Old 08-19-2006, 09:31 PM   #1
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Aiptasia behind rocks ??

I found this lurking behind my rock wall, It seemed to appear overnight out of the blue. Is it Aiptasia ... Please say it isn't so 8O
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Old 08-19-2006, 09:56 PM   #2
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Re: Aiptasia behind rocks ??

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Is it Aiptasia
I'm afraid so.
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Bad news dude...I concur.
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I agree also. Get yourself some Joe's Juice or a peppermint shrimp.
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I had an aiptasia bloom (10-15 of them) recently. After reading about many aiptasia-destroying techniques, I tried the kalkwasser method (since I already had kalkwasser powder at home). First, the concentrated kalkwasser solution: 1-2 tsp in small container (4-6 oz) of RO or distilled. Use a syringe like you get with Joe's. (You can also get one at a good hardware store or boat supply store as the syringes can be used to inject epoxy.) Mix up your kalkwasser, draw it into your syringe, squirt a little right into the aiptasia. I've had 100% success with this method, and the kalkwasser is good for your tank, too. Good luck.
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