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Old 07-03-2008, 12:34 AM   #11
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Thanks. I take my sun coral out of the tank when i feed it because i have such a small tank so that isn't an issue. The polyps had receded quite a bit and it had no tentacles at all when i bought it. Its making a nice recovery now. They polyps have small tentacles now and it is hard to get them to open and eat any more either. I am going to try and take a bunch of pics of my tank and post it in my tank journal so i'm sure the sun coral will be in there. I will have to try soaking in garlic though i've never done that for my corals.

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