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Old 11-01-2013, 04:11 PM   #1
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black spots on clown.

I have black spots on my clowns. I tried to google it. Alot of people say it could be coral stings. Need help asap.
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Old 11-01-2013, 04:15 PM   #2
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Here is a couple pictures. There are some small black dots on the body. But the biggest one is under the bottom lip.

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Old 11-01-2013, 05:33 PM   #3
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Mine had the spots while they were hosting a torch coral but went away once they started hosting a green mushroom......it seems common to be stings. Monitor their behaviour just in case.
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Had it on mine aswell, its a sting from somthing, what corals do you have?
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I have a duncan, zoas, gsp, toadstool, montipora, scroll, hairy mushroom, ricordias, purple mushrooms, xenia.
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I have a duncan, zoas, gsp, toadstool, montipora, scroll, hairy mushroom, ricordias, purple mushrooms, xenia.
Probly they got to close to the to the toadstool, they will recover
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Do toadstools sting? How long will it take them to recover? Also they are the only fish in the tank right now I have others in a qt tank. Should I wait until they get better before I add them?
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Do toadstools sting? How long will it take them to recover? Also they are the only fish in the tank right now I have others in a qt tank. Should I wait until they get better before I add them?
No its fine, yeah im pretty surr they sting. My clowns have had their stings for 3 weeks, but their fine
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