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snobanker

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I did a search and as near as I can tell this is a Majano anenome as opposed to aiptasia. Can anyone confirm? Are these bad because thet sting corals like aiptasia or just because they reproduce so many? I read all kinds of ways to kill them ie; Joes Juice, boiling water, kalk paste ect...what's really the best? I have a couple in my tank, this was the best pic I could get :D
 
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Schottman

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I think that is a type of a Majano anenome, and i believe your orrect in both cases....they can sting corals and they are extremely prolific! Joes Juice seems to get rave reviews!

FWIW

Dave
 

Craig Manoukian

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I've had tremendous success with a 50/50 mix of Muritic Acid and hot water. I have an aiptasia free tank and no ill effects recorded. :D
 

snobanker

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Thanks all. I only "saw" 4 of them. Last night I caught one crawling over the top of one of my new zoo's (zoo's courtesy of Mike) so I quickly took hold of it with a pair of tongs. I just held on to it and pulled with just a little tension..it finally gave up and let go. It appeared to come completely off. I was amazed at how small it shrank up though. it started out as about dime size around and tall, after I got it off it was about 1/8th inch around. I see now why they are so hard to get. Anyway I'll try the other methods with the rest since I doubt I'll be that lucky again. :)
 
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