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I got rid of it a while back using kalk paste. I manually removed as much as I could (mine was the branching type) then covered the remaining tissue with the paste. There were a few isolated, but large patches.  After several weeks, I broke up the kalk shell that had formed and sucked it up while doing a water change. The GSP never came back. I’d see a small one pop up here and there afterwards but those areas are easy to hit as needed. Eventually it was all gone. I used to like it until it started to take over 😆 

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4 minutes ago, Willapa said:

I got rid of it a while back using kalk paste. I manually removed as much as I could (mine was the branching type) then covered the remaining tissue with the paste. There were a few isolated, but large patches.  After several weeks, I broke up the kalk shell that had formed and sucked it up while doing a water change. The GSP never came back. I’d see a small one pop up here and there afterwards but those areas are easy to hit as needed. Eventually it was all gone. I used to like it until it started to take over 😆 

This is what I had in mind but using the F Aiptasia instead. 
good luck. Let us know the outcome. 
 

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😂 I have maybe 10” worth.  Just it’s hiding in the back killing crap! 
Between some corals top top of pic.  I placed some epoxy over a part of it. 
bottom pic it’s far too left.  I have much much more hiding.   Hard to get pics. 

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