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- Jan 15, 2018
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Yeah, I hear you. You did the right thing though by trying to manually clear it but as you say the spores spread and it is established at that point in time. I tried peppermints and have had luck with them before but I'm not a fan of them. They are little terrors of their own and will steal food from corals that have mouths such as duncans and elegances, etc.YEah, I'm a bit bummed. The feather duster went through a full 76 day QT because it had sand grains incorporated into its paper tube and I didn't want want to risk ich. Then, 5 day she after I put him in display I see this little aiptasia head popping up. I pulled the duster out and swamped the aiptasia hole with glue. 2 weeks later, its back- so ininjected it with lemon juice and watched it shrivel up and dissolve. But the sand around where the duster was now uas 6 little anemones right there.
I know it's probablynput a bunch of little babies all over the place- I wish there was something I could do to nip it in the bud.
Hope all is well with you and yours!