Nennie infiltrated a zoa colony

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  1. Mac75

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    I will move the nennie. Long term and the zoa will recede.
     
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    Thanks. Will do
     
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    Mine lived in my zoas for ages without any hassles. Id rather have a happy nennie than risk damaging it by trying to move it.
     
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    Might differ from anemone to anemone. My inferno is definitely giving the corals around it a hiding. Had to move everything away form the anemone.
     
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    I will wait a while and see what happens. Thanks guys
     
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    I would have to agree with RiaanP, as I too have a nennie which is occasionally harassing my two montis... but the sneaky bugger has its foot lodged deep in the liverock... so my temporary solution was to add some rock frags to "block" the montis from damage. but in your case, don't think that's really an option
     
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    Those zoas is beautiful in colour.
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    And the nennie just sort of blends in quiet well ironically lol. Thanks
     
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    Leave the nennie and move the zoas, while u moving the zoas why dont you frag them lol
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