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    Identification help!

    I have around 7 of these guys that have popped up in my tank. Can someone tell me what they are? I am brand new to this.Attachment 2418

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    Majano anemone. It's a pest because they multiply fast - even though they look kinda cool in the actinics. You can zap them with a majano wand, try calk paste, a laser to burn them, etc... If you can get the rocks out, you can remove them by pouring hot water on them. They will let go. I did that with some rocks and when they started letting go, they washed out and there were several more than I expected. Lots of info out there if you do a web search.
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    look like majanos, if you can I'd get them out of there.

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    No wonder they are thriving. Here I thought cool! oi

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    If you can get the rock out, you can also pull them off with a flathead screwdriver

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    Thanks for the info!

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