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I pulled my rock out of the tank, put drops of lemon juice on it and then I hit it with super glue. I let it set out for a few hours in a separate container before returning to the tank.

no signs of any new Aptasia thus far. Oh and don't not pour any of the container water into the tank in case a spore popped off.

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Peppermint shrimp are the best thing i ever tried. Depends how big your tank is and how many you have lurking in the rock. I have a couple that have snuck into my 200, no way to physically check everyplace in there and I've never had great success with manual methods anyway. I'm a little concerned about compatibility with my cleaner shrimp, but there isn't going to be much choice for me.

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1 hour ago, hllywd said:

Peppermint shrimp are the best thing i ever tried. Depends how big your tank is and how many you have lurking in the rock. I have a couple that have snuck into my 200, no way to physically check everyplace in there and I've never had great success with manual methods anyway. I'm a little concerned about compatibility with my cleaner shrimp, but there isn't going to be much choice for me.

I've had good luck with peppermints too, but they steal food from my corals

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