Is these more anonmes or critters?

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  1. Justin poirier

    Justin poirier Well-Known Member

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    IMG_2410.JPG IMG_2406.JPG IMG_2409.JPG IMG_2410.JPG IMG_2406.JPG So I bought 2 RBTA for amazing price with a huge rock plus 2 clowns that I think are black ice Oce and frostebite or snowflake but this rock has the 2 large anonmes but I can not tell if these are tiny extra ones or something else

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    Justin poirier Well-Known Member

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    I apologize for all the pictures and how they got posted :/
     
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    Aptaisia?
     
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    Hyde2406 Well-Known Member

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    Looks like aptasia to me but depends on where the rock came from the soc from the Gulf isn't as prolific as the really invasive kind
     
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    yea. get it out.
     
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    Justin poirier Well-Known Member

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    How should I go about that
     
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    aptasia X or kalk paste. If its easy to get the rock out, you can gouge out the spot it is on. Sometimes when you try to poison them the spit "spores", lil babies.
     
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    A syringe full of aptasia X or Kalk paste (as stated above) and put the needle right on the mouth and release. The aptasia then eats it and dies.
     
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