I'm almost ready for cuttlefish eggs, and i just noticed what apears to be a tiny sea anenome. should i get rid of it or will the cuttlefish stay away from it. it's in the side so I don't think they would have any trouble avoiding it.
I had a bunch of curly Q anemones take over my Angler's tank and I used the Joe's Juice on them a few days ago. They haven't popped out since, so I'm pretty sure they're toast. Just remember to turn off anything that creates water circulation so the juice doesn't fly around the tank. This was when I found out just how reactive they are to anything in their presence. I didn't even touch the tentacles with the tip of the syringe, and they would reach out and wrap it up. On a side note, my Angler is much happierdwhatley;101608 said:AM,
Have you used Joe's Juice on anemones in general or aptasia (I know they are a form of anemone)? I love the stuff for aptasia but was not aware that it would kill other anemones and would like to know if that is the case. I keep a condylactus anemone tank and have flower anemones in another. I have not had aptasia in either tank but would like to be forwarned if that is a problem (I know mushrooms are fine with it).