Is this a majano anemone?

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Hope you may be able to help ID this. Think it may be a majano anemone? If so, how can I best get rid of it? I have aiptasia x, but that is not always working well for aiptasia so not sure how effective it will be? Will natural predators eat it? Filefish? Peppermint shrimp?

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Reply #1

Or is it a ball anemone (kind of mushroom)?


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Reply #2

majanos spread pretty quickly, are there any others?


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Reply #3

majanos spread pretty quickly, are there any others?
I have a few others, but don’t think it is spreading quickly

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Reply #4

Check out coralimorph ,it could be that. Ive always found them ,manjano that is ,difficult to tell apart from so many small coral polyps.

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Check out coralimorph ,it could be that. Ive always found them ,manjano that is ,difficult to tell apart from so many small coral polyps.
I think it might indeed be ball nem, apparently a kind of mushroom. If so then better news than majano


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