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Old 01/05/2008, 08:56 PM
Craig Lambert Craig Lambert is offline
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Need Help/Advice On Removing A Large Softy

I have a Pipe Organ Coral that has been in my tank for two years now. It has grown from a small piece to the size of a softball and is encrusted into several large rocks. As it grew it attached itself to a wall of rock behind it, as well as at it's base. My tank is mostley SPS with a few LPS. This is the only Soft Coral in the tank.

How do I remove this with the least amount of damage? Will it release any toxins that will effect my sps? Help would be greatly appreciated.
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