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Still have some pretty upset coral and I need to get the light mount fixed so I can put the Reef90 back on but most are looking better this morning.

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Not sure the two in the front right ( Monti, Green Star polyps) are going to make it :(
 
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Yeah im way late to party..
Agreed Frank I got a monti as freebie in shroom pack and ended up completely gray and rolled around bottom of my table for few months and one day wife found it put it on table and started coloring up out of no where. Now its growing out of control and taking up room.

I use bayer dip for all new corals. After that my shrooms get 2 hr cipro bath in 250mg/gallon system water. Some get 3 baths for 3 consecutive nights after lights out. Always in dark. Best to do it when lights go out so they don't stress going back into full lamp.
I use melafix dip for bristleworms when they agitate shrooms feet. For whatever reason they don't like it much.
 
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Agreed Frank I got a monti as freebie in shroom pack and ended up completely gray and rolled around bottom of my table for few months and one day wife found it put it on table and started coloring up out of no where. Now its growing out of control and taking up room.

I use bayer dip for all new corals. After that my shrooms get 2 hr cipro bath in 250mg/gallon system water. Some get 3 baths for 3 consecutive nights after lights out. Always in dark. Best to do it when lights go out so they don't stress going back into full lamp.
I use melafix dip for bristleworms when they agitate shrooms feet. For whatever reason they don't like it much.
Thx LRT!
 

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I've been so disappointed that my torch isn't extended fully, but I've come to the conclusion that it must be what is called a 'short tentacle' torch. Guess I'll have to get some more :p
Looks like a cristata.
 

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New issue....noticed what looks like hatched eggs on the skeleton base of octospawn! Eww! Hopefully we killed whatever it was during the dip!;Dead

Rich may be able to post a better pic that I took with the 'real' camera ;)
 

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hi,are they hard? soft? take out,put in bowl of sw, see if you can scrape off a lil bit ,below flesh line easily,if so ,just scape and dip.
do you know if present when you got it?
 
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hi,are they hard? soft? take out,put in bowl of sw, see if you can scrape off a lil bit ,below flesh line easily,if so ,just scape and dip.
do you know if present when you got it?
Hey Frank.. Um no idea if they where there before but I'm going to look back at original pics. I've been working on 120 plumbing and my wife has been posting ;) I'll see what they do and post back in a few.
 
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