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Old 02-22-2004, 05:23 PM   #1
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mine got stung too

I've got a coral beauty that was just stung by an LTA. He is half dead.

I put him in a small breeder container that fits in the tank.

Just wondering if there is anything I can do.

less equipment.... more water changes
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I am not aware of anything you can do to help or save the fish. Sometimes they will recover and sometimes they won't.

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