did anyone managed to save the coral after it started??

frogfish68

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pH 8.12
nitrate and phosphate 0
magnesium- 1300 and calcium- 420
in the same location about 1.5 years
 

homegrowncichlid

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Tissue loss, brown jelly type infection? Simply cut and isolate the infected tissue, skeleton and the rest of the colony can be saved. I've saved many pieces this way, and as a matter of fact, I usually divide any new coral frags I get in half, unless it's a single LPS head.
 

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Tissue loss, brown jelly type infection? Simply cut and isolate the infected tissue, skeleton and the rest of the colony can be saved. I've saved many pieces this way, and as a matter of fact, I usually divide any new coral frags I get in half, unless it's a single LPS head.
so this frogspawn head can't be saved only the other two??
 

homegrowncichlid

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cut it out before it spreads. or get water flow onto it to blow the jelly away from the other tissue. This jelly is bad for the rest of the corals in the tank, if it comes in contact.
 


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