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Old 03-13-2014, 02:22 AM   #11
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I'll tell you when I get home.

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That's basically iodine. That's fine to use.
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It's looking worse today. Im going to do a water change and give him a little less light. I'll dip him again after the water change. Here are my perams.
Ph 8.2/3
ammonia 0/0.25
kh 143.2 ppm or 8dkh
calcium 400ppm
nitrates 5.0ppm
Phosphates 0ppm
Nitrites 0ppm

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Oh and salinity 1.026.

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It's not light. Move it to a different location maybe.
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I've been seeing low flow is the way to go but he is in a low flow area. The only play I could move him would be a hire flow area.

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Try it. Corals don't get dead spots from lack of light. They usually brown out first.
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I talked to my lfs and showed him the photos he said it was likely caused by bacteria so dipping was the right thing to do. He said I should see it start to come back and not to dip it more that 4 times in 4 days.

That's good to know how can you tell if they are getting to much light?

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