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Discussion in 'Soft Corals' started by Zuna, 30 Sep 2009.

  1. Zuna

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  3. brandonb

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    look like aiptasia to me

    BUT I could be wrong...
     
  4. FransSny

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    Majomo Anemone IMHO....but I suck at ID's.

    Could become a pest
     
  5. Tony

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    Definately a majano. They can become bothersome and irritate and sting other corals especially peaceful corals. You can use kalk slurry to squirt on it which will kill it off
     
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    Majano, the pretty pest and not as productive as Aiptasia
     
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    And they do multiply, but at least they are something to look at. The nicer looking sister between the ugly twins...
     
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  9. Zuna

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    so sould i get rid of it?
     
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    Its a personal choice, but if it were me, I would.
     
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    yes zuna, i would get rid of any marajano or aptasia.
     
  12. Zuna

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    awesome thanks for the advise
     
  13. poiromaniax

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    Get rid of them quick, they spread like mad
     
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