is there anything that eats aptaisia besides peperment shrimp? Is there any other way to get rid of it since it is taking over my tank. by the way, i already have a peperment shrimp.
I agree totally. If you can avoid adding fish that you may not want, on the hopes it MAY eat some of your aptisia...that is a loosing proposition either way. Squilla is spot on, and this way should work almost 100% of the time. Just be sure to go slow and maybe not even 6 a day seeing as it is a smaller tank. Watch your levels and see, but I would start slow.In my experience the best way is the individual injection method, but with a fairly strong dilution of kalkwasser powder in r.o. water.Joe's juice has caused a lot of problems for a lot of people over the years. Only about 40% of peppermint shrimp will eat aiptasia, and only about 30% of copperbands. However ,you shouldn't do very many injections in a treatment-only about 6 anemones a day, followed by pH testing to insure against dangerous increases.I've been using this method with great success for almost 18 years now and wouldn't do it any other way.(But that's for ME-feel free to try any of the excellent suggestions above as they have ALL worked for thousands of hobbyists over the years!)*#3