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    LF Aeolidiella Stephanieae (Berghia Nudibranch)

    Hi Folks,

    Haven't been online in a while.. weather has been great and I've been soaking up as much heat as I can, while I can!

    Still battling the freakin aiptasia, they're taking over my tank. I tried Stop Aiptasia, Joe's and peppermint shrimp to no avail, just ticked them off and they spread more. Looking for a reputable person breeding or selling Aeolidiella Stephanieae.. anyone know where I can get some?

    Was thinking of taking out the rock with the worst of them and replacing with cured rock I picked up a while ago. It's free of algae/aiptasia.. thoughts?

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    There used to be a sponsor here that got into mass producing them. I'm not sure if coralscape is still around or not but they are on the side panel for sponsors still. I bought some micro-algae cultures from him when he was doing that kind of thing and it shipped fast and easy.

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    No they are no longer in business. J&L had some a while ago.
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    i emailed them last week and had none left andnot sure when they'd be getting more. i'm watching there site but not holding my breath. i'm in the same boat yukonchick, it's getting ugly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aqua valley View Post
    we should get 30 or so first wk of sept, thanks.
    you rock AZ, we'll be in touch :b2:
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    Took out the worst of the infested rock and put in a bunch I purchased a few months ago which has been curing ever since.
    Added some I brought back from the Caymans and a couple conch shells.. fishies seem happier, tank looks loads better.
    Cooking the infested stuff and will readd it in a few months.
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    not to be negative but this plague is relentless. my tank was visibly free for years and i haven't added anything, but it's back :b8:

    and i mean worse than ever before!!!! i've thought about shutting it down and cooking the LR but fear ( in my best arny imitation ) "they'll be back!!!!!"


    i have to assume my nudis died ( reasons unknown, hopefully fat and of old age ) and need to be replaced, though a copperband isn't out of the question just yet :b15:
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