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Old 01-19-2012, 01:36 PM   #1
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Clownfish and scolymia?

Just target fed my scolymia a few nights ago for the first time ( mysis ) and today my black clown keeps pecking at the mouth of it. Even after eating it continues to do so. I'm sure the scolymia hasnt digested the food and the clown can smell it, my concern is that the scolymia now seems to be receding as i see more of the rock on which its attached to. Has anyone experienced this? Definitely don't want this piece to do anything but thrive. Do scolymias tend to appear to recede when digesting, or is it the bothersome clown making it do this? Or something else entirely?
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