Discussion in 'Reef Aquarium Discussion' started by CalmSeasQuest, Dec 2, 2011.
I have a 2W blue laser. It kills apitasia in 15, maybe 20 seconds on average
Can you tell me where you purchased it?
Do you know what wavelength it is? I'm guessing 475ish?
I bought mine from lucklaser.com.
It does not come with batteries, you need to purchase them elsewhere. I bought 4 batteries (two sets) and the charger from ebay
I use a two watt blue laser to kill Majano in my 90 gallon tank. It usually takes three or four burnings to completely get rid of them.
Not to keep stirring the pot or anything, but lasers are incredibly fun to use against flat worms on the tank wall ... SNAP! CRACKLE! POP!
I have no flat worms any more, but I do have a problem crediting the laser. I don't know with certainty why they disappeared, but I am accepting it.
Would this 2watt laser work on plexiglass? I heard it will cause hazing?
I've never had a Plexiglas tank, but I don't think I would try it if I had one.
Hmmm. If I have to kill these pests manually, I'll have to pull all my LR out and kill them or inject them one by one. 400 gal tank would be a pain.
Don't really wanna go this route but I've been wondering if I switch to FOWLR and get fish who would eat these pests (majano/ Aiptasia)
Any fish recommendation?
Angel's and triggers?
Several different butterfly and file fish will eat them.
Kleins, and Raccoon Butterfly's and the Matted Filefish
What about a "kitty chaser"? Waterproofed of course?
Unless your kitty chaser will light a match, no way it will work
I think it can't do that, with existing technology, green laser is difficult to achieve higher power, and blue laser is easier to do, I think blue laser at least above 1000mw in order to kill aptaisia, blue laser is really "burning laser".
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