ok for the sad update.... I fragged it and made a lot of little pieces. Any area around the white areas, I made sure I had a very wide area of clean tissue. I had placed it in a QT tank. For 1 evening the frags looked good. The next morning the tissue started getting white again and within a couple hours here is the picture.. http://i296.photobucket.com/albums/mm169/schackmel/102_1300.jpg http://i296.photobucket.com/albums/mm169/schackmel/102_1302.jpg Plus it caused a major spike in water parameters...ammonia shot up sky high as the coral was literally dying. So I have a couple of QT tanks set up, with the same ph and SG, so I moved it to another one and figured I would dedicate two QT tanks to this task...unfortunately 1 is not bare bottom but I will not ever keep a monti in there. The coral continued to deteriorate so drastic measures had to be done. A friend of mine told me of a dip that would either kill the parasite or .......... So I tried it. I had a couple days without any new white patches appearing. It appeared that we were making an upward recovery. My monti that was only mildly affected has not had any new appearances and still has not. However today when I woke up the remaining frags of the original cup coral have become almost totally white. I did just give up on those pieces. I was able to salvage one piece of frag that looks like it was untouched http://i296.photobucket.com/albums/mm169/schackmel/102_1303.jpg and with any luck, maybe this piece will survive. I am due to treat prazi pro again today, and am hoping this little piece will pull through. I have read in some articles that eggs can lie in dorment for upto 18 months so this little mistake of mine is going to cost me that long of not having one of my favorite corals in my display tank for a year and a half. I wanted an educational article for the COTM, but not this way. But hopefully somebody will learn from my mistakes out there. ALWAYS QT your corals and livestock!