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Discussion in 'Coral Health' started by Ryland, Dec 20, 2011.

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  1. reefmonkey

    reefmonkey Giant Squid

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    Sorry my spelling sucks most days lately. Spongode.
     
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  3. Ryland

    Ryland Stylophora

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    I knew that ;-)
     
  4. Ryland

    Ryland Stylophora

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    How can you tell it is not an undata and instead a confusa or spongode?

    I am going to cut the rock to get the monti seperated. Locations locations locations? High, med, low, flow? running halides

    And I do believe my acro that is giving me issues is a speciosa. Anybody know much about these guys other then they DO NOT like high lighting. Less than 12 hours of high light burnt the tips right off.
     
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  5. 2in10

    2in10 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    No higher than mid tank for the montis. Undata have a more rolling type of appearance and the polyps come out at the surface instead of depressions in the coral.
     
  6. Ryland

    Ryland Stylophora

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    Update.
    Continuing issues with the acro. Again today it had slight tissue loss on a few tips. I broke it off again this time a little farther into the the healthy area. The flow is good, the coral is near the bottom of the tank since it is obvious to me at least that it does not like bright light, and I am stumped on this guy now. All params are in check and stable. Any ideas?