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Old 06/18/2007, 04:02 PM
baloutang baloutang is offline
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New hammer coral and brain tissue recession

Hello,

My water params are good, but for some reason, my brain and new hammer coral are receding. Any clue on what causes that and what the potential cure is? I've done iodine dips, but it doesn't appear to stop the recession of the tissue on both of those corals. The corals are relatively near the top of the tank so they are getting plenty of light as I only have VHO's and both of the corals were kept under MH.

Thanks,
Dave
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Old 06/19/2007, 02:28 PM
jeffnsa jeffnsa is offline
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try moving them down.
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Old 06/20/2007, 04:16 PM
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move them down from the light a little, then do you dose Iodine, or strontium? maybe you should try.
 

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