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Aiptasia Eaters: Eradicating This Pest Anemone

Aiptasia is a monster of a problem for some. There are a few ways to eradicate them. Some people buy products designed to inject into their bodies. Some even use electricity to cook the you-know-whats. Even lemon juice, vinegar, and kalkwasser paste are a common, cheap, and effective way to kill them. However, some are hard to find and can easily repopulate the visual areas within a week, causing a never ending struggle and a constant risk for fish and/or corals. Sometimes you need to call for backup. Luckily, the ocean has a predator for nearly everything with the exception of a few evolutionarily advanced creatures
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MACNA 2012 Coverage:Algae Mower Vac, the ultimate Algae Destroyer!

featured12 MACNA 2012 Coverage:Algae Mower Vac, the ultimate Algae Destroyer!Having algae problems? Aiptasia? Sticky Detritus? Any other eye-soring, nasty buildup on your live rock? This brand new, patent-pending device that debuted at MACNA floor in Dallas could be the ultimate answer for getting rid of unwanted algae and pests…… More:

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Reef Threads Podcast #57

We’re back with Reef Threads Podcast #57. This week we talk about upcoming events, aiptasia, test kits, filter socks, water polishing, and our Noteworthy Tank of the week.
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