Aiptazer turns your pests into hydrogen gas

The Aiptazer is an interesting aiptasia zapper we saw while walking around here at MACNA. The prototype we saw uses electric current to turn your pest aiptasia into hydrogen gas, completely irradicating them from the system. The nice thing is,…

The Original Aiptasia Zapper is patent pending device

The Aiptasia zapper which we shared with our readers back in September last year has been copied it seems. The original inventor of the aiptasia zapper is Paul Baldassano. He did what any smart person would do, submitted a patent…

Hands-on with the Aiptasia Zapper; extermination has never been so gratifying

The Aiptasia Zapper is ghetto, but it remains to be seen if it is also fabulous. Sometimes electricity can melt your sump, but it is now being harnessed by the Aiptasia Zapper to discombobulate unwanted cnidarians. At two feet the…

Zap-Tasia aiptasia eliminating gel

Crystal Clear Aquatics Zap-Tasia is new gel formula designed to eliminate aiptasia and other pesky nuisance anemones and polyps in marine aquariums. The brief information we could find calls it an all natural, non-toxic solution to combat aiptasia. Made of…

Aiptasia zapper gets produced, Majano Anemones run away in fear

When we originally shared news about killing Aiptasia with electricity we thought it was neat. We never expected that a company might market the process of electrolysis to reef consumers but that has just happened. SWC has released the Aiptasia…

Killing Aiptasia with electricity makes kalk in a needle not fun anymore

Aiptasia, or pest Majano Anemones has been a real problem, and we are guessing that you never thought to electrocute them. Gone are the days when you try lemon juice, Kalk, or hydrogen peroxide concoctions with Paul Baldassano’s new reef…

Aiptasia Free said to remove and kill Aiptasia

There is another product that will help you aid with the removal of those pesky aiptasia that might sneak in via live rock or through other means. Aiptasia Free says that it can remove Aiptasia with the enclosed syringe. We…

Aquarium nuisance lends its “sting” to medicine

Aiptasia. The name alone brings shudders through many aquarists’ bodies but this prolific reef tank nuisance is being put to good use by the Israeli bio-medical firm NanoCyte. According to a recent article in New Scientist, the company has found…

Aiptasia-x eliminator kit promises to “taste like cake”

Do you have an Aiptasia problem? Those annoying pest “anemones” are bothersome and could easily take over your aquarium if you don’t rid your tank of them. Thankfully Red Sea has us covered with Aiptasia X, one of their newest…

Death by flame thrower, Aiptasia royally destroyed

We know what you are thinking, how can I rid my aquarium of Aiptasia? You might have tried several other methods to no avail. However you can get great advice from Andy who decided to take Aiptasia destruction to a…