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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

Anemone ( I think) ID


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    Cash - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Anemone ( I think) ID

    ok can some one help me Id this?
    Thanks

    IMG 3416 - Anemone ( I think) ID

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    That looks like a sweet colored mojano nem to me! Would be a great addition for anyone w/ a fowlr tank. I could be wrong, but...

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    Clownfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    That looks like a sweet colored mojano nem to me! Would be a great addition for anyone w/ a fowlr tank. I could be wrong, but...

    I agree...

    I've had these before. Make sure that's exactly what they are before you take any action. As stated above, those look like Mojano Anemones, but I could be wrong...

    If those are Mojano's... kill them fast before they multiply. I know they do not look bad now, but years down the line you will regret not ridding your tank of these, while you had the chance.

    Go to RC, and do a search. There are very experienced reefers who had to break down 200 and 300 gallon tanks because these became such pests. They can ruin any tank and make your LR worthless.

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    cash it looks like you have salt water warts

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    Cash - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    What is the best method of getting rid of these? 1 rock wont be hard as I can remove the rock from the tank. I also have them on another rock that has some zoas on it though

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