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Old 07-31-2015, 07:05 AM   #1
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What's going on with these Zoa's?



Been in the tank for about 2 weeks.

Dipped in Revive before adding.

I've never seen Nudi's in person, but I've googled them and I can't see anything like that on my Zoa's.

I don't know.. They just look like they're rotting or something.


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That looks like zoa pox to me. A furan treatment is in order.
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That looks like zoa pox to me. A furan treatment is in order.

Does it spread to other colonies close to it?

I don't know when I could get my hands on this Furan stuff.

Just wondering if this £5 frag is worth risking my Zoa garden.


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It isn't, but Furan 2 should take care of it all.
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Remove and dip in revive solution.

I've seen good results from peroxide.
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