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02 Jul 2016 10:13 #1 by Lakes1985 (David Ward)
Hi bought these corals last Sunday in sh, after a few days the lobo got some sort of white spot that seems to be getting larger and the favia has purple spots. Il attach pics

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02 Jul 2016 10:16 #2 by Lakes1985 (David Ward)

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05 Jul 2016 01:40 #3 by Sukahn (Shane Doorley)
From what i can tell there must be something wrong with the coral if it is getting bigger. If it is widening i would dip the coral to be on the safe side. If it is getting longer as in going from mouth to edge then he could be getting a white line, which is very common in red lobos.

Sorry its taken me till now to get online, been mad busy in work lol :) My number is 0852159858 if you need any help :)

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05 Jul 2016 19:19 #4 by Lakes1985 (David Ward)

Sukahn wrote: From what i can tell there must be something wrong with the coral if it is getting bigger. If it is widening i would dip the coral to be on the safe side. If it is getting longer as in going from mouth to edge then he could be getting a white line, which is very common in red lobos.

Sorry its taken me till now to get online, been mad busy in work lol :) My number is 0852159858 if you need any help :)


It's actually some sort of crab insect thing, tried to get pics there but it's so small the quality's not great
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05 Jul 2016 19:20 #5 by Lakes1985 (David Ward)

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05 Jul 2016 23:00 #6 by Sukahn (Shane Doorley)
Well now you know, he is currently eating your coral lol. remove him with a turkey baster if not just dip the coral. I personally wouldnt kill him as he would be good in a sump :)

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05 Jul 2016 23:03 #7 by Sukahn (Shane Doorley)
Ohh and the favia should be fine, as far as i know they should have at least 2 colours, well a noticable difference to show where its inner mouth and tenticles come from. Means its probably very happy in your tank :)

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05 Jul 2016 23:46 #8 by Lakes1985 (David Ward)

Sukahn wrote: Ohh and the favia should be fine, as far as i know they should have at least 2 colours, well a noticable difference to show where its inner mouth and tenticles come from. Means its probably very happy in your tank :)

Thanks Shane for your replies, il try get him tomorrow and just put him I'm sump

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