30 gallon cube tank aiptasia help!!

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newly reefer

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I got a pepperment shrimp that I put in a seperate tank and the only thing he had to eat was the aptaisia he survived and is now in my main tank he is all over any new corals that come in the tank, it seems to be his favourite food.

It was just an experiment that happened to work out, thought I would share!
 

Da Kine

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I have used a medical syringe filled with a strong kalk solution in the past. Worked like a charm, but you have to be careful on a small tank.
 

Corliss

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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.
 
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spieszak

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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 will happily edit the spam out of your posts every time, so, if thats your goal, move on. Have a great day.
 

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