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Old 10-15-2013, 07:49 AM   #1
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ID:	202580 I came home today an my euphyllia was deflated an I seen this... Umm not shore how to describe I up loaded pics

Water tested fine all other life in tank is fine an all seemed well this morning
He is in two parts an his other half is fine

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Ten min later an he's blowing up again
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Old 10-15-2013, 08:42 AM   #2
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it happens all the time, nothing to worry about
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Old 10-15-2013, 04:47 PM   #3
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it happens all the time, nothing to worry about
Thank you I'm so worried.
But what is the little growth thing ?
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Old 10-19-2013, 12:21 AM   #4
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So it turns out the growth was not a normal thing.
I had to suck it out it was eating my poor little guy
As soon as I did he started to look better
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Old 10-19-2013, 12:23 AM   #5
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it happens all the time, nothing to worry about
I'd get them check out you may have a very sick tank I'm no expert but if it's happening all the time to yours I'd be worried
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I'd get them check out you may have a very sick tank I'm no expert but if it's happening all the time to yours I'd be worried
thanks for the concern. my frogspawn does that all the time and i have not had problem with it at all. in fact, it has divided and given "birth" to a new head.
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did you find out what it is? i thought it was simply deflating and inflating, how corals normally are. but it's probably not what i had in mind
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Could be mesenterial filaments which corals excrete as a defense mechanism I know I have seen ones that look like that come from my shrooms.
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When I sucked it out it look like little worms or egg . Every time I fed my tank it popped out then would go back in about half hour later an ten min after that the anemone would puff up again but not to full size. I'm pretty sure I done the right thing he dose look happier now
I hope it was not a new peace forming.
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When I sucked it out it look like little worms or egg . Every time I fed my tank it popped out then would go back in about half hour later an ten min after that the anemone would puff up again but not to full size. I'm pretty sure I done the right thing he dose look happier now I hope it was not a new peace forming.
I was told what it was but can't remember I just panicked went home an got rid of it
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