Hey everyone - I have spotted two aiptasia in my 66G tank. I want to nip it quick before it gets out of control if it hasn't already. In case it helps, I have a pair of snowflake onyx clowns, pair of b&w clowns, blue eye tang, green mandarin and a mystery wrasse. I was thinking of going the natural way first by getting possibly 4 peppermint shrimp especially considering after reading that some may not pick at the aiptasia or if the wrasse may get an appetite for them. I feed the fish varied diet of frozen shrimp, cyclopese, dry pellets etc to make sure they're fed well/right. Hopefully, this will limit the wrasse's attempt to look for other food. Anyways, I wanted to know if this makes sense first. I personally don't have seringes so therefore injecting is out. I do have a turkey baster type feeder made by Kent that can at least direct it straight onto it, but I'm not sure how the chemical/lemon juice/vinegar needs to be applied. I just feel that the chemicals may do more harm them good. Knowing me, I'll probably end up killing more than what I intended to do. Let me know.. Thanks!