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Old 12/24/2007, 01:08 AM
J.R.L. J.R.L. is offline
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bubble coral question

i have 2 bubble corals sharing the same piece of old exoskeleton of a previous bubble they arent left over...the lfs put them on there i problem is that one of them is always much much more deflated all the most half the bubbles are inflated...both corals are the same size (very small: inch or two) ...could the bigger healthy bubble coral be hurting the smaller one somehow?
Old 12/26/2007, 01:03 AM
Universal Universal is offline
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I had the same problem , I just separated them and both grow much bigger.

Hope that helps.

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Old 12/26/2007, 01:10 AM
Ebmorri Ebmorri is offline
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You might post in the LPS forum since Bubbles are LPS and not soft corals. They might tell you how to frag them.

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