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Old 05-17-2012, 01:18 PM   #31
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Remember that your body temp is 98.6, so 80 will feel cool to the touch.
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Well shes hanging in there. Still not 100% but better.

Im now trying dosing with trace elements
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You are going to do more harm than good with those. Everything you need is in your salt mix and dosing things without being able to test for them is a mistake.
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You are going to do more harm than good with those. Everything you need is in your salt mix and dosing things without being able to test for them is a mistake.
I agree. I didn't do it.

When i started becoming an aquarium hobbiest 20 years ago i was told water is everything. I will never use anything less then RO water and filter as much advice as i think. All the chemicals in the world cannot fix a disease. The clarkii clown is the culprit in this scenario so we are giving away the brain. It can rebuild itself and she can have a new anemone.

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I am sad to say that she is gone. I ended up using a bottle over her to protect her but she was already a loss.

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Sorry to hear that Bummer when your fish stress out your corals. Do you plan on getting a new open brain down the road?
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Sorry to hear that Bummer when your fish stress out your corals. Do you plan on getting a new open brain down the road?
I don't want to risk it. About to set up a QT so I can transfer them and get BIGGER TANK))
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