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Old 03-13-2004, 11:59 PM   #11
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oops, I used about 2 ml total of juice.
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Hmmm, unless there was a ph plummet...it shouldn't have been an issue from the lemon juice.
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could it be that particals in the lemon juice that would have a low PH but not disolve into the aquarium water therefore not effecting the the overall ph. could those particals be swept out of the water by coral polyps and henceforth affecting the polyps ph?
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crocea clam... dead
bubble coral... dead
tubinara... dead

I can not figure it out.
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I myself have used Lemon Juice Several times without ill effect on my tank.. I have killed several Aips with it and never once had anything other than that Die... I as well have a very large bubble coral and it wasnt effected either... I would look towards something else.. Was the needle used for anything prior? Did someone use your water change bucket for bleach or something? Not saying these are the cases just possible things to check..


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