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Old 07-31-2015, 10:22 AM   #1
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Zoas not opening all the way

About a month ago, my dwarf angel went bananas in my tank and began picking at most corals, causing a good bit of stress for them. I quickly removed it from the tank, and now everything has opened back up except my zoas. They open about halfway at most, and aren't open for very long. Parameters are all normal, there has been no change in lighting or flow, and nothing in the tank now has a taste for polyps(all the others are doing fine). Any ideas why this is?


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