Aiptasia?

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Noticed this little guy hanging out under a few zoa's that have been in the tank for a couple of months. I'm guessing it's Aiptasia and I should just nuke it now.

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Noticed this little guy hanging out under a few zoa's that have been in the tank for a couple of months. I'm guessing it's Aiptasia and I should just nuke it now.

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+ 1 vote aiptasia

if even a tiny bit is overlooked/broken off then it regerates... "nuke" makes me think your strategy for killing this 1 will result in oodles

Franks Tanks has F-aiptasia which smothers aiptasia and then later you chip it off once the aiptasia is dead. BRS recently did a video on this product (local to me but went international now that it has family friendly packaging)
 
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+ 1 vote aiptasia

if even a tiny bit is overlooked/broken off then it regerates... "nuke" makes me think your strategy for killing this 1 will result in oodles

Franks Tanks has F-aiptasia which smothers aiptasia and then later you chip it off once the aiptasia is dead. BRS recently did a video on this product (local to me but went international now that it has family friendly packaging)
Thanks for the info, I'll be picking some up in the morning.
 

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