I've tried it all, Jos juice, aiptasia x, peppermint shrimp and nudibranches!! Nothing is working. What would be the best way to get rid of these guys because my tank is starting to die off from the aiptasia stinging my corals
Very true. IMO I like fish take care of the nuisance anemone. File fish, copper band butterfly. peppermint shrimps sometimes work some don't depends on the species.I've tried pretty much every solution, every tip that has been mentioned on numerous threads.
The only thing that has worked long term for me ( excluding nuking the rock and starting over ) is a matted file fish.
I bought one from Barrier Reef a few years ago for my 240 gallon softy tank.
It had many, many aptasias and majanos.
It took a couple months before I really noticed anything different and it took a few more months before I had trouble seeing any left.
I would guess it took a good 6 months, maybe a little more before the tank was clean of any aptasias and majanos.
I moved the fish to another tank that had a few in and it cleaned that tank as well.
I had one in a mixed tank didn't touch any of my corals, it was a small sized one but he disappeared think my brittle star got him so I replaced him with another and it was about twice the size of my last one and he loved to nip corals so it's a dice roll. Think you have a better chance with a smaller one but that's my opinion.It will most likely decimate your zoanthid and palyotha corals.out: