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Old 02-10-2011, 10:50 PM   #11
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Yes I was actually eyeing it for a few weeks. Should have put the name. It was sitting in a bio cube in the front of my lfs for about a month acording to the owner. My buddy has a white one that hes had for a while. Hes the one I discused getting it with, he told me about there difficulty. Then I went to get some fish food and ended up walking out with this coral. Figured I could keep him, but I didnt know aiptasia were that bad. They havent really effected my coral from what I can see, but then I may be looking at the wrong things. All I can see is a crap load of them, but the coral still grow some even rub on the aiptasia and seem fine. So your saying I have to get rid of the coral in my tank before even treating with aptasia even though the box says it will not harm coral.

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its just that you've got SOOO much aptasia in that tank. As you kill them and they dies off, things are gonne be kinda funky for a while. While the coral is healthy, I'd take it back for as much of a refund as you can get and start going to battle with the aptasia.


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you don't have to remove the coral in order to kill the aptasia. just don't try and treat them all at once. do a few at a time. keep an eye on your ph.
the goniopora probably won't survive either way.
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Someone else was just asking about this coral and I posted a good link for them.

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