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- Mar 15, 2020
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You already have aptasia in your tank you just dont know it yet. Learn to control it now by killing the one you see
I just tried aptasia x by Red Sea the other day... worked like a charm. Easy and effective, and safe.I got a Leptastea coral from an online vender and on one side of the coral aiptasia is growing and I’m not sure if I should just Cut that part off and keep part of the coral or just not risk it and throw it away.
any advice is helpful
Not surprised. I‘ve gotten frags with aptasia and others with bubble algae from them. I’m also never purchasing fish from them again. I bought a royal gramma from them less than two weeks ago && the poor little guy had flukes AND ick! Of all my fish, my beautiful lyretails are suffering the most from the illness. I’m hoping all the fish pull through, but you’d expect them to have higher quality livestock. TSA has an awesome process though for qt fish prior to putting them for sale. I highly recommend them over WWC.It was WWC, I actually did remove the Frag from the plug with my dremels diamond cutter, I noticed it after I glued it .
when I initially cut the frag I didn’t notice a pin hole through the coral where the aiptasia popped out of.
Nope, no bubble algae, flatworm, RB....You already have aptasia in your tank you just dont know it yet. Learn to control it now by killing the one you see