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Old 12-14-2013, 03:10 PM   #11
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Just give it time. Toadstools are very hardy. I see polyp extension so it appears to be ok.

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it may just be getting used to it's new location light/flow ect
my toad stool does it time to time , it's normal
does it look like its shedding mine does it from time to time also and it will cup up
I keep mine up in a direct flow of the power head just under it , it seems happiest that way
and it will in time get used to inverts climbing on it as mine did , my coral banded shrimp climb all over it and it don't bother it any more
I used to dose but gave up since I had nothing but issues
just water changes now and everything looks good again

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