Discussion in 'LPS Corals' started by Diver_1298, Sep 23, 2004.
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Are you trying to get me to expose my experience
Smilies say it best sometimes.
[quote author=amcarrig link=board=Coral;num=1096011168;start=0#10 date=09/27/04 at 12:35:41]Are you trying to get me to expose my experience [/quote]
Nope, I'm trying to get you to experience some exposure
Expose your experience with coral ID, eh? Whew, back on topic!
A couple of days after I put the corals in the tank, the Scolymia started to melt down. I'm writing this one down as inexperience on my part. I think it was dying when I purchased it. In fact I am almost positive now that it was dying when I bought it. The other Corals are doing fine and look healthy. I figure that I'll cure the Scolymia and once it's bare coral I'll put it back in as a decoration or home for some critter
The positive thoughts from this are to "look closer and to ask more questions" I'm glad that it was a wholesale price and not retail. But, then again if it was a retail purchase I would have asked how long it was in the tank and waited a week before i bought it.
Food for thought. Grow it slow aye Matt?
Sorry to hear about the coral. Has it died completely?
TOTALLY It stunk so bad my wife was threatening to divorce me. So its sitting outside in a bucket of saltwater.
I look at the prices some of you guys and gals have to pay for shipping to purchase good corals and I feel lucky to live in the state of Florida. That is until the next Hurricane shows up ;D
Thx for asking
Nothing worse than the smell of rotting coral...blech...I can't say I blame your wife for using that threat
Luckily, I don't have to pay for shipping livestock. I've got gobs of good fish stores here that carry a heck of a lot of marine/reef stuff....wait, is that a good thing or bad thing?
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