PLEASE ID ANEMONE (good/bad)

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  1. JsPLAYn

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    Smallish lumo green anemones,,,,, grow an spread kwik.... What to do

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  3. KeeganP

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    dude, those things look cool, I want one....
     
  4. FransSny

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    Majono...use Aptasia X or similar
     
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    @fransny.... They look so nice lol, really majano?
     
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    Def looks like them to me...they pack a powerfull sting and spread quickly...maybe a species tank :lol:
     
  7. coswecanfly

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    They don't look like Majano to me???
     
  8. coswecanfly

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    OK My bad, checked google images and it's majano... :blush:
     
  9. Reef-O

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    Is it really that bad to have?????
     
  10. KeeganP

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    I wouldnt mind setting up a fish only and Majono tank if they really look like these guys...
     
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    you can have mine...i really dont wanna kill them.....i
     
  12. KeeganP

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    :thumbup: No, Serously these guys look like frogs spawn... or something.
     
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    SERIOUSLY...I want them out today...so when can u fetch them...?
     
  14. KeeganP

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    :lol: Im in Durban dude...
     
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    damn...sorry bud:(
     
  16. Kunhardt

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    yip that is Majano...and yes they arent exactly ugly like Aiptasia, but they are just as much a pest and do a huge amount of damage. I saw our Coral Display tank at our Aquarium go from something beautiful to totally destroyed due to these things.
     
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    isn't that rock nennies...?
     
  18. crispin

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    seriously , no you dont want them.

    treat them with slightly less mercy than aptasia.
     
  19. gaboon

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    Nuke em
     
  20. KeeganP

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    But you gota admit they do look a little cool.
     
  21. Kunhardt

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    Most people will tell you they are worse than aiptasia, due to the fact that aiptasia generally stays in one place and only generally spreads when it feels threatened as a survival reflex, while Mojano tends to move around the tank and will be drawn to strong light, it spreads really fast and packs as much of a sting as aiptasia does.
     
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