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Old 04-12-2012, 02:22 PM   #1
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My yellow finger gorgonian

I all, I recently had another thread because of some type of slime algae that took over my tank. To make a long story short I was having to physically clean my gorgonian just about every single day, I have some before and after pictures below, my question is, the gorgonian doesn't seem to be blooming as it used to and I wanted to know how I can tell if it was damaged or not from me cleaning it constantly. I seem to have the algae growing on it under control, it's been a few days since it has been covered.

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This is what it looked like prior to the algae infestation (for lack of a better term)

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This is how it looked the day after I cleaned it off

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This is how it looks now
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