So my aiptasia outbreak has gotten so bad over the past couple months that I have no idea what to do. I have tried berghia nudibranchs, got 12 for my system but they disappeared and this was 2 months ago. They have to be dead. I just added a copperband butterfly this week but he is so small I don't think he will do anything. I am considering buying the largest size I can find another. I know they could possibly pick corals, but if it does I could move it to my FLOWR tank after he hopefully gets rid of the aiptasia. I tried peppermint shrimp but I am positive that was just an expensive dinner for my 3 triggerfish. My tank is a 180gallon SPS dominant DT. I use aiptasia x almost every single day but I swear that is just making it worse, it is at least stopping the aiptasia from hitting my corals as I make sure the aiptasia don't touch my SPS. I honestly am out of words and do not know what to do at this point. I would pay an easy $300 to get rid of these but I don't know which way to go. I am leaning towards buying the largest copperband butterfly and keep going till I get one that eats them and return the others to the LFS. Then I want to keep this small one I have in my system long term so I stay clear of aiptasia. What do you guys think?