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Old 07-27-2016, 09:58 AM   #1
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Wilting toadstool?

Anyone happen to know why my toadstool is wilting? It's always stood upright and strong. Now it's really soft and doesn't want to stand straight up.
I did move from a 29 to a 72 recently.

Tank parameters are as follows:
PH 8.2
Nitrate 20ppm
Nitrite 0
Ammonia 0
Phosphate <.25
Dkh 10.8
Mg 1320ish
Temp ~78dF



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Leather corals do what we call sloughing every now and then. It will look bad for a day or two and then go back to looking like a champ.
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Didn't know that! Nice. Thanks!
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You don't see any change after 2 or 3 days post again as it might be something else.
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Alright, well as previously stated I moved from a 29 to 72. Some coral did die in my move process, sadly. I had my corals in a 20g tub for longer than I wanted and didn't notice some had died. Nitrates probably sky rocketed in that tub, my thoughts are its releasing any fluids it may have and just going to absorb all the new fresh clean water. But we shall see. Thanks for your input!
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