Aptasia or something else?

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Ball anemone on top and they stay small and will not likely over populate or cause problems but caution around smaller fish as ball men’s are active at night
 

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Wow, thank you all for the amazing welcome....sorry for the delayed reply. Getting used to using this forum.

Ball anemone seems to be the consensus...tricky to get a clearer pic as it seems to be one for the night lights...

The battle against Aptasia continues. Heres hoping those berghia get 'busy' really quickly... Lol
 

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Hi, I am new on here. Have had a fish only reef tank for about ten years, but recently started with soft corals after I had my first wipe out last year.
I have an Aptasia problem which I am deaLing with (got some berghia a few weeks ago), but just noticed this strange thing near my rock flower anemone. Any ideas if it's connected to the aprasia? Eggs maybe?

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That's a ball anemone, which isn't actually and anemone but a mushroom coral. Perfectly harmless and reef safe, they'll breed and spread.
 
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Aptasia update... Those Bherghia are invisible, but deadly. I haven't seen them since I put six in, but aptasia are almost all gone. Feel sorry for the little guys, they're running out of food ...
P.s. Ball nem staying put and no bother...
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