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Old 05-13-2015, 08:36 PM   #1
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Brain Coral

I bought this and drip acclimated it. Any hope?Click image for larger version

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The skeleton is showing I think. He came through the mail. His tissue seems to be falling off.


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Could be. As long as it was acclimated well it can recover with pristine and stable water along with being acclimated to the lighting since it's been in the dark for some time.
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When mine started showing skeleton it was a goner. I think mine was in too much flow. If I am not mistaken they like very low flow.
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Thanks guys. I'm hoping to make a recovery but it doesn't look promising.


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