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Old 03-19-2013, 10:59 AM   #1
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hammer coral what's wrong please help.

My hammer coral has brown stuff coming out of it and I can't see any of the heads anymore. It just looks like a brown blob. at first it was white then this morning it turned brown. I've had it for a month. Please help.

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It has brown jelly disease. Thought to be a bacterial infection that can wipe out your entire colony easily. I would be careful not to shake any off while you remove it (it's contagious), and give it an iodine dip. Lugols coral dip is what i have used before with success.
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