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Old 01/16/2008, 10:29 AM   #8
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Yes, I meant pull them out of display tank -

You can try holding them elsewhere to see if they actually do recover - it's amazing how often that actually happens...but then you need another tank set up.

As far as the dying goes...depends on the coral...on those with skeletons you see obvious die-back...on acros and montis you'll also see the white skeleton. Zoas I'm not sure about...but I imagine they 'melt', as would leathers and mushrooms...

I can't offer you much more advice beyond watching for die-back and doing frequent water changes to start to stabilize the parametre again. Good luck!


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