I'd help. Bubble tip or majano

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  1. turbo21

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    This guy
    Popped up on one of those aquacultured zoa discs

    What do you think bubble tip nem
    Or majano pest nem

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  2. Mr. E Wrasse

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    My votes with majano. Kill it!
     
  3. turbo21

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    Another pic sorry not the best

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  4. ohio reefer

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    I'm leaning towards Manjano. Are there striped lines going towards the mouth?
     
  5. turbo21

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    It's really small so hard to tell but look close at the macro pic you can see Red on the tips and green coming in on the tentacles ?
     
  6. turbo21

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    Any one else?
     
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    Does it have a stem like aptasia or a foot like a nennie? I'm leaning to RBTA but would need a side & also a clearer pic...
     
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    I can't get a side pic. It is on one of those aquacultured zoa picks with the bird nest skeleton and the foot or stock is buried in the dead branches

    Bob
     
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    Its definately a Mojano Nem. Its pretty, but its a multiplier. They aren't as bad as Aiptasia though. Some people have gotten the rock they were on and moved it away form the others. Only proplem with that of course is, that they walk.
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  10. JPowell490

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    100% Majano. I had about 20 of those in my tank one time, they were green and I thought "Great, my BTA is multiplying!" WRONG, rofl. Kill it.
     
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    Time to kill it
    Thanks for the help
     
  12. bitumenman

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    Majano or ricordia
     
  13. Reefing Madness

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    Tops small one is a Ball Anemone( part of the mushroom class, not harmul) The large lower one, looks like a Shroom or possibly a Ric.
     
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    Are you 100% on that reef madness?
     
  15. TheGrimmReefer

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    bottom in pic Is a Yuma
     
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    The one in the first post is DEFINITELY a Majano Anemone. Fast multipliers! I would kill it quick!
     
  17. Reefing Madness

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    I am, on the top one yea, on the bottom one, maybe a Ric or Yuma but its not a pest nem.
     
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