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Old 08-29-2019, 09:04 AM
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Regarding Aiptasia, I propose a thought and guess of my experience (I can't say that I am correct, I have no actual experience). If Aiptasia is severely flooded, the tank situation at this time usually seems to be related to “nutrient” and “high organic matter”. In the case of "good water quality", if there is Aiptasia, it should not be flooded.
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There is only 1 aptasia I can see and will treat with Aiptasia x.
What do you mean by flooded?
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There is only 1 aptasia I can see and will treat with Aiptasia x.
What do you mean by flooded?
Sorry, I mean, I shouldn’t add a lot (a lot of quantitative meaning)
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Does not look like xenai to me, the last picture shows some kind which is looking like Aiptasia under the red montipora plate but I might be wrong as the picture quality is not really good.

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Back to your cyano problem, as it looks like just some areas are affected I would recommend beside the treatment to manually remove them or vacuum them out while doing a water change. On the rocks brush the affected area once the cyanos where removed.

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