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Hey, noticed a few of these about a month or 2 ago. Now they have taken over this rock and all my zoas that were there are gone. I see they are now overwhelming my green zoas. Nothing new was added in last 6 month, nkt sure where they came from but thats how half my findings are lol. Am I able to get rid of these, or if i isolate the rock some where, will they stay only there?
 
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They are fairly invasive, I’d treat the rock in a quarantine with Febenzadol or just remove the rock from the scape altogether, it is just not possible to contain them like other rapid growth corals.
 
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They are fairly invasive, I’d treat the rock in a quarantine with Febenzadol or just remove the rock from the scape altogether, it is just not possible to contain them like other rapid growth corals

They are fairly invasive, I’d treat the rock in a quarantine with Febenzadol or just remove the rock from the scape altogether, it is just not possible to contain them like other rapid growth corals.
Could you verify thats what this is?
 
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