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Old 03-19-2014, 12:35 AM   #11
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I would still try a lower light spot in the new tank and see how it responds. Once they open they'll let you know if they need more light by reaching for it
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Old 03-20-2014, 02:54 PM   #12
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Update:

I did a 15 minute Iodine dip for the mushroom and moved it up toward the light. It had opened up and seemed to be reaching so I moved it.

I did a 30 minute Iodine dip for the Zoas and used tweezers and tried to remove as much dead algae as I could.

Now I'm just waiting for them to open up.
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So after 24 hours, the tubbs zoa look skinnier but they seem to be opening up so i assume that why they're skinnier since they aren't closed up. Here is a pic...thoughts?
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Tubbs seems to be doing better. The mushroom is darker is color after the iodine dip but other than that not a lot has changedClick image for larger version

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