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Old 05-14-2013, 09:33 PM   #1
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Hello guys Iam looking for some advice on coral help. On Thursday most likely I will revive a shipment of 1 white Yuma mushroom poylp, neon assorted zooanthids, some jasmine polyps, a umbrella mushroom poylp and lastly a mystery coral( it's a random coral there giving to me for free) I wouldn't like to lose any corals and my lighting watts is about 96 or 110 I believe on a 30g regular and I will also upgrade later on this summer or a fall 2 a 90g.


What I know about the Yuma is there very sensitive to light because I lost 3 ricordea to lighting I will try to put it in a shady area and let in get a custom.

I have never kept and umbrella mushroom poylp
And I have never kept any zooanthids so Iam pretty much a noob or beginner. I do have a power head and live rocks that is setup from bottom to top do if movement is needed I can.

But any advice would be gladly appreciated.
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As long as you acclimate them to your lighting you'll be fine. Those softies are pretty easy to take care of imo.
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Old 05-14-2013, 10:24 PM   #3
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As long as you acclimate them to your lighting you'll be fine. Those softies are pretty easy to take care of imo.
When u say acclimate to light should i put all of them in the shade then slowly bring then out into the light
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Pretty much.
Alright thanks
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But would anyone know how to protect against brown jelly disease seems pretty scary
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You didn't buy any corals that commonly get brown jelly disease. They believe it to be a bacterial infection, so a Lugols (iodine) dip would be a big help.
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You didn't buy any corals that commonly get brown jelly disease. They believe it to be a bacterial infection, so a Lugols (iodine) dip would be a big help.
Alright I will check it out because its always good to know
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I just got the coral and there looking great and I have seen the mystery coral and all I can say its it looks amazing but I never seen anything like that before



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These are the best pic u can get so far of the mystery coral I will post more later but any clues

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