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Out of curiosity does anyone know what zoas are these from the mixed zoa I got
 

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Ok, so now we have purchased all our new pretty coral. What is your favorite way to dip new corals before placing in your display tank.

There are plenty of different ways to do this, and lots of different choices.

If your not familiar with much I'd recommend KoralMD or Dip-X, they are easy to use and safe when used as directed.

Lately I've been using Dip-X by RedSea, but I also have KoralMD from Brightwell as well as some KCl, and Lugol's. Sure I'm forgetting something else too.
 
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Ok, so now we have purchased all our new pretty coral. What is your favorite way to dip new corals before placing in your display tank.
We have been using Revive or Bayer with great success.
 

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