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Old 12-21-2011, 09:16 PM   #1
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closed frogspawn

i ve had trouble in the past my tank went through its cycle
i added a frogspawn yesterday and it is closing up is their and thing i can
do so its tenticles will come out it looks like i can see the mouth but his
tenticles are all the way in want to know if he is just adjusting to the new tank. Water Quality

calcium 360ppm

alkalinity 9dkh 161.1ppm

nitrate 0

nitrite 0

PH 8.2 8.4

ammonia 0

phosphate 0.25
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Old 12-21-2011, 09:37 PM   #2
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how about lighting/water flow/neighboring corals/tank mates
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Old 12-21-2011, 09:44 PM   #3
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2 24w 2 blue light move extreme
Flow light to moderat I moved it
It was getting to much flow neighbor
Acan but he has all the room to spread
With nothing in the way Clown and citron blenny
And a hammer the frog looks droopy now
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Oh, I'm dumb I looked over the most important fact. You added it yesterday.

Rule #1 once you get a coral into your tank, try your hardest not to move it, feed it...so on. Just leave it there. It's stressed out and needs to get used to its new home. I had similar issues with some of my corals when I added them. If things don't improve in a couple days, think about what the needs of the coral are...So far I have yet to find a reason to move a coral anywhere but up in the tank.
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