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Old 11-07-2011, 02:45 AM   #11
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Is the skeleton erupting through the coral tissue or is the tissue receding? Also what symptoms is your hammer coral experiencing? What other types of LPS corals do you have and how are they doing?

While your parameters were stated as "good", please post your calcium, alkalinity, and pH levels.

Test your iodine levels prior to dosing.
Nitrate 0
Phosphate .25
Alkalinity 11
Calcium 420
pH 8.1

The hammer never really expands out. I have torch, frog spawn (only had for 3 days but looks very good), war coral, mont. cap( only had for 3 days), plops,
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you might have to much flow going on, that torch coral looksl ike it is whipping around, and LPS corals have a tendency to have the fleshy part pull off its skeleton if there is to much flow.

its also possible that you have a fish that is picking at the flesh of the corals, keep an eye on them
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The flow on the brain is a lot lower than the flow on the torch.
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