Red Sea Aiptasia-X Guaranteed, Reef-Safe elimination of Aiptasia. Aiptasia-X is a unique, thick adhesive mixture that globulates on contact with the aquarium water.
It is easily injected near to the oral disk of the anemone and stimulates the anemone to ingest the material without causing it to withdraw. Within minutes of ingesting the Aiptasia-X the anemone will implode, eradicating both the anemone and planulas.
Aiptasia-X globules will not affect the sessile polyps of corals and allows for the safe treatment of Aiptasia that have grown inside coral colonies.
Excess Aiptasia-X will decompose over time without causing any harm to the reef.
Red Sea Aiptasia-X offering :
- A unique adhesive material
- Aiptasia does not retract during treatment
- Does not affect water chemistry
- Includes straight & angled applicator tips
Red Sea’s Aiptasia-X treatment is completely reef-safe and any material not ingested by the Aiptasia is harmless to sessile invertebrates. Excess material will decay harmlessly over time without any adverse consequences.
Easy to use and highly effective for you reef-keeping needs, Aiptasia-X provides a solution you are bound to seek out at one time or another in the life of your aquarium.
Red Sea Aiptasia-X kit Content
The Aiptasia-X® kit includes a 60ml bottle of material plus an applicator set consisting of a syringe with two (straight and angled) lock-on applicator tips, enabling treatment of even the most inaccessible of anemones. The 60ml provided in the kit should be sufficient to treat approximately 100 Aiptasia anemones.
500ml refills are also available and are designed to be decanted in to the 60ml bottle for use with the applicator set.
Aiptasia-X No. of treatments:
100 treatments (60ml bottle)
Red Sea Aiptasia-X Package size/volume:
Aiptasia-X kit 60ml (2.0 fl. oz.)*
Aiptasia-X refill 500ml (16.9 fl. oz.) The 500ml refill is designed to be decanted in to the 60ml bottle for use with the applicator set.
* The kits include a 3ml applicator with one straight applicator tip, and one curved one for hard-to-get Aiptasia.