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Old 03-17-2007, 01:37 PM   #1
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a little problem

i have a gonipora i no they are hard to keep but we i frist had it i was fully open and it seem lik it was going to be happy were i put it(write by were the water comes out) but then my clarkkii wanted to go in it and started rubbing against and i guess its getting scared and not opening all the way and is kinda dieing if by dieing means hes losin his arms if i can find a picture ill try to put it up wen it was open completly and how its now


wat should i do?
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There are many instances of clowns hosting different corals and then irritating them causing stress and disease. The only thing I can recommend is to get rid of one or the other. If you could update your "my info" section we could maybe make a better recommendation.
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One of the LFSs that I go to had this amazing plate coral that was destroyed by a maroon clown....clowns will host strange things sometimes and when it is a delicate coral like the gonipora I would tend to agree with Mike...one or the other will have to go or something is going to have to be done to keep the clown away from it.
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which do u guys perfer to let go of i might just give the gonipora tom y brother since he dosnt have a clownfish... would it bee happyer because its been in m tank for 3 month now
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If you are going to let he gonipora go...I would take it back to the LFS and get some credit towards something else.
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