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Old 02-21-2011, 11:46 AM   #1
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Orange/green polyps haven't opened in while?

So I have checked my water parameters and all are in check...My other corals such as toadstool appears to be doing well as it continues growing very fast and big...my torch seems to be doing fine as well...but my polyps have not opened in over 2 weeks now I believe...are they known for something like this even with water parameters in check? How do I know if it has died? There are a few polyps that had came loose when I first placed it in there few weeks ago and those have now attached to another rock and sill opening fine..but not my larger colony
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