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If you have a minor aiptasia problem, all of the well know aip killers work well if you are dilligent.

It's after they become a problem and are in places a syringe cannot get to that people generally find they do not work as a permanent solution.

I had a huge genesis of aiptasia experience and found that at the end of a 2 year struggle, my 3rd copperbanded butterfly did the trick.

Thank goodness he eats frozen because there is no aiptasia now.

I tried nudis before, but they were picked off by my fish within minutes of adding them to the tank so I can't comment on their effectiveness.
 
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