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Old 01-27-2012, 06:35 PM   #21
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Got home from work, and everything appears normal. And by normal, everything looks great except my zoas are barely opening... barely... and the frogspawn is colorful as ever but has it's tentacles pulled in tight.

Here's a picture of the frogspawn (and a little algae lol)


And here is a picture of some zoas, though all 4 or 5 colonies look the same:


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Old 01-27-2012, 11:17 PM   #22
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Naa. Snails spawning isn't going to kill fish..lol. The things these stores come up with just so they have something to say.
it was strange for sure. Everything I could test AIP kit was ok & I did have a snail & bristle star outbreak right after all this went down. None the less a few corals have been not right since. My Goniopora, the larger of 2 different frogspawn & my GSP are all wack right now but everything else is fine.
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If that was the case, what would be the problem? Think about it: snails spawning would produce what? Nutrients. These organics would certainly show up on a test kit of they were strong enough to spoil the water and hurt your livestock.
Did you add any "coralvite" or "essential elements" or anything else like that?
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