Colt Coral Trouble
I moved this colt coral from a rock that also had a large mushroom attached to it. The current placement is medium and received good flow.
I began to worry when i say cynobacteria growing on it but i left it alone for the week. When it can time to clean the tank it had spread just a tad onto the rock. I wiped it with my glove on and the coral began to disintegrate.
What are your guys thoughts. Pics below
(pic order: side, side, front, front)
If its disolving, that means its dieing. Not good at all. What kind of lights we got on it? Water Parameters?
I didn't get to test ammonia and nitrite since its in a separate test kit and I forgot. These reading were before 5gal water change.
Lights: Two 9W each blue LEDs and Two 9W each white LEDs.
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Softies do well in a tank with some Nitrates.
Ok, ill just have to keep a close eye on it.
I just recieved my order from Blue Zoo Aquatics this morning, everything seems good so far.
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