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Old 12/27/2007, 11:04 AM   #1
Faisal1976us
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my Colt Coral !

Hi ,,,

I have clot coral from 2 months , it was ok , but from 2 days i see it like wont to die ! all my corals ok , and all water tests ok , what is happend to my coral !


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Old 12/27/2007, 01:08 PM   #2
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please run your post thru spell check so i can help you


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Old 12/27/2007, 01:33 PM   #3
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Can you provide us with more details about the tank? We need to know:

- water test results (pH, Ca, etc.)
- did you change anything recently?
- is the coral actually dying, or is it just closed up? Sometimes leather corals close up for a few days, it's their natural behaviour and not a sign of disease
- are any fish/invertebrates nipping at the coral?
- is the leather getting enough flow? Some tree-shaped leathers will collapse if they don't receive enough water movement. My Lemnalia requires a HUGE amount of flow to thrive; it nearly died before I figured this out.

yellowslayer13 - not everyone here speaks English as their first language. If the meaning is understood, and you can help, why not offer assistance instead of being sarcastic?

BTW, your post lacked punctuation and capitalization, and in a 12-word sentence you managed to spell one word incorrectly. Take your own advice!


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Old 12/27/2007, 01:53 PM   #4
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Thank mr.ACBlinky for tring to help me

ok my water tests is : ph 8.0 ammonia 0 no2 0 no3 10 ppm
ca 440 alk 4.9 meq/ml mg 1300 ppm
ioden 5 ml , str 10 ml phytoplankton 10 ml every week

and thers no fish or invertebrates nipping at the coral !

and you can see my Colt Coral befour the problem on youtube.com its on the lift
http://youtube.com/watch?v=eUXdzd3Bajo


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Old 12/27/2007, 02:00 PM   #5
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omg at first in the video i was like holy s*** he has 2 tangs in a cube tank and then you turned the corner lol i felt so stupid.... sry i have no idea whats wrong with your colt but it was really nice in the video.... it crazy to kno people are into the same thing in kuwait

btw nice tank


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