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Old 02-23-2008, 11:53 PM   #11
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Here are a couple of pics. In the picture of my entire tank it is located on the bottom left of the picture, in the front. Is there somewhere else you see that may be better for it? It is in a very low flow area now, the lowest in my tank I believe.
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Im wondering about him on the substrate. Try moving him up on the rocks and medium flow. That would be my suggestion.
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I will try that, I will put it up on the flat ledge right above and back a little of where it is now.
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I forgot to mention above. Since it is the top part of the bubble coral that is messed up, I was thinking maybe it was getting too much light since that would be the part of the coral getting the most light. The part of the coral that looks ok, is the bottom part actually touching the substrate. But I will definitely try to move him up and see what happens. How long should I give it after the move? 1-week?
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That`s fine. Hopefully there will be improvement by then.
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