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Hi guys,

 

Today's question issssss..

How to tell the difference between baby aptasia(?) And feather duster?

 

Please see attached pic below.

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1 hour ago, Paddy42 said:

Hi guys,

 

Today's question issssss..

How to tell the difference between baby aptasia(?) And feather duster?

 

Please see attached pic below.

20190505_103736.jpg

 

From that pic it looks like aiptasia. 

 

Feather dusters retract their crown, aiptasia can retract their entire body. 

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Paddy42

Shall I be terrified or there is a hope?

 

And bristle worm on the same piece... dear me...

 

I might take that piece out. Grub the zoas off and glue them into other piece and just throw this small piece of rock to bin....

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1 minute ago, Paddy42 said:

Shall I be terrified or there is a hope?

 

Just kill it. 🤷🏻‍♀️

 

Chisel it off or put super glue over it. 

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2 minutes ago, WV Reefer said:

 

Just kill it. 🤷🏻‍♀️

 

Chisel it off or put super glue over it. 

🤣🤣🤣🤣

Will do that...

Wish me luck..

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Paddy42

Okay!

 

I think it's out now..

Picked up all the zoa heads and glue it to other piece of rock.

Didn't want to risk.

 

Found baby bristle worm and peanut worm on just that they piece of rock.

Both realised back to tank.

 

There was tiny pod there as well but peanut worm swallowed it when in quarantine bowl.. RIP..

 

Finger crossed there is no more aiptasia in the tank...

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