Thanks for that info loganj!! Im happy to hear that it can grow back! I think it is possible that the coral tissue is still regressing slowly. Today it looked like a little more had dissappeared. Theres all these little bugs crawling all over the dead part of the skeleton too. Are they killing off the healthy part of the coral also? and i've noticed some micro algae already starting to grow on the very edge of the dead part, so i took a toothbrush to it, and that seemed to take care of it for now.
I really want to keep this coral alive so i think im going to try the "Kent tech d" although I looked on marinedepot.com and they have some stuff called Kent Marine Tectra D Coral Dip & Conditioner. Is this the stuff you are talking about? If so, Im not sure about your instructions. when you say "take the coral out" and "leave it for 5 minutes " you mean leave it out of the water the whole time? Are you sure I can do that with this coral. IT is a LPS
, Euphyllia Ancora, wont that kill it? Also you say to "brush the stuff on the affected area" but it says it is a dip. Why brush it on? Also you say "rinse in clean SW
" so I would just put it in some fresh SW
, without acclimating it to the fresh stuff??? Wont that be harmfull to the coral. Sorry about all the stupid questions, i've just never done this before, so I need some schooling!! Ya Heard? Word!
Thanks very much for all the input!