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I think you should test the various methods of killing the little buggers... from least likely success (joe's juice, lemon juice, ets. ) to more likely ( red sea aiptasia x, kalk paste, etc. ) to most likely (natural predators ie. berghia and peppermint shrimp) see what level worked. I bleached my rock once and still had some pop up from the same rocks months later!
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nice write up!

another issue customer's and myself included have had with the predation issue that wasn't mentioned, is the fact that many of the aiptasia predators if not well fed (almost to the point of being overfed) will eventually start to pester if not totally consume our ornamental inverts and corals (all fish that eat aiptasia seem to eat the worms out of the tank first, then the aiptasia, then the lps... etc. )

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