Discussion in 'Coral' started by andru1313, Sep 13, 2014.
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Any luck feeding yet?
Than knows his stuff. Great link.
I think lighting is the problem.
Been feeding every other day. No luck. they appear to be eating but still look sick.
It's probably going to take a couple weeks to notice any dramatic change in growth and appearance. Keep feeding IMO. The video posted by Whiskey also addressed dipping the Acans in an Iodine base dip to combat bacterial infections. I would not expect to see significant improvement in such a short span of time.
A feeding response is good news!
Like Corailline said, it will take several weeks before you notice much difference, so keep feeding them meaty snacks and they should come around.
Feeding response is really good, just keep doing it. Is that a worm behind the frag in the pic? I don't trust worms
Thanks Everyone. I am keeping up with the every other day feedings. That isn't a work in the background. LOL. Its part of of a coral just growing down on the rock.
Also check at night to see if there getting stung from other corals. Some of my LPS corals have sweepers over 6" long.
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