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Old 03-25-2004, 07:42 PM   #11
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its got really badd now!!
i am goin to do water changes tomorrow
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Old 03-25-2004, 07:43 PM   #12
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Old 03-25-2004, 07:47 PM   #13
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the pics arent posting?
maybe its too big its 500kb

can u give me ur e-mail address i will email u the pics
i dont have a program on the pc to shrink the pic
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the pics arent posting?
maybe its too big its 500kb

can u give me ur e-mail address i will email u the pics
i dont have a program on the pc to shrink the pic
sorry for the inconvenience
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Personally I have never seen this before and am not sure what to suggest. Anyone else?

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Kinda looked like mine when it was dying..
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should i remove it b4 it affects my other coral?
so far the hammer coral is perfect
i sm soo fustrated about this coral
it saddens me that the guy at the fish store recommended this coral or i have learnt my lesson
do some research first!!
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should i remove it b4 it affects my other coral?
Coral wasting will not affect the other inhabitants unless there is also necrosis which may bring on brown jelly disease. In that case I would remove it. From what I see so far, there is no reason to remove it yet.

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My LFS told me that it was a VERY hardy coral and one of the easiest to take care of when I bought mine.... I ended up getting store credit for it, but I did learn a valuable lesson after that coral.....
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