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- Jun 9, 2021
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It’s possible, but it looks like the zoas I have on the rock. the hermit crabs do sit on that rock more than anywhere else in the tank and some stay so still I think they’ve died at timesIt happens. Hard to imagine the crab would sit long enough for that though? Could it be a nem?
I’m actually not sure at all! Someone suggested in my first thread that I may have pest anemones on the rock stinging my GSP causing them to sometimes stay closed. I replied to them asking which one they were referring to as there is one on the rock I’m sure is an anemone (I’ll add a pic) but they never replied. Later, someone else told me they were zoas and I told them I didn’t think they were due to their bland colors but they assured me that’s what they were. They seem to be growing and are almost always open even if the GSP aren’t.How sure are you those brown guys are Zoas? Look like pest anenome to me.
I wouldn’t mind them if they had colors like that! Is it something I should worry about spreading to other parts of the tank or killing my corals? If so, how can I fix the problem?They look exactly like majano nems. See pic belt for reference. This one is a bit more colorful, burn they come in brown, green, red, and pink
They can be and will spread. Not as fast as aiptasia though.I wouldn’t mind them if they had colors like that! Is it something I should worry about spreading to other parts of the tank or killing my corals? If so, how can I fix the problem?