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Old 08-06-2012, 12:44 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by weagle117
My montipora is doing something strange also. I had/have a beautiful seasons greetings montipora that was growing like crazy. I bought a green hairy mushroom that was the size of a quarter in the fish store. I placed the mushroom 4-5in away from the montipora. He expanded pretty fast and in a couple of weeks I figured I would need to move him soon. I did but the very next day my beautiful montipora had tanish bleached streaks through the middle. Is that what the mushroom does? The montipora had grown from 1.5in square to @4x6in in @6mos. There is still mostly green but the tan streaks are right through the middle. Will the coral grow back over the streaks? If it is not caused by the mushroom what could it be... and what do I need to do to fix it?
My monti only died where the ricordea was touching it

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