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Old 05-19-2012, 10:46 AM   #11
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Def look better! X was probably right, just a little to close to its neighbor.
Usually a water change, when done correctly, will always make things a little better. I say when done correctly because last month I tried to use up some old IO salt and it stayed chunky even after 48 hrs. of mixing with a power head. I went ahead and used it and lost my Symphodium. My trusted LFS said that some of the chunks prob got in/on it and I burned it. It just melted away! Really sucked cause it was doing great. Luckily none of my large LPS, or anything else was effected.
Good luck Convict

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Old 05-19-2012, 10:51 AM   #12
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Thank you! Sorry about your coral I guess this hobby is always a learning process. You think you know something then BAM! Something new pops up. Good luck to you as well...


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