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williamsreeffam
03/29/2017, 12:22 AM
Got this guy today on the low low because as you can see he needs some tlc. Almost sure that this is an nps gorg but not 100%
Any help deciding would be great.
Also while we are on the subject as you can see there is a lot of tissue loss going on. Do you think it will grow back with stable parameters and a healthy diet or am I just better of fragging the crap out of it and saving the pieces?
Again any help would be great, thanks in adavnce
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jmareef1022
03/29/2017, 06:55 AM
Photosynthetic gorg...I would frag if I were you...

Moort82
03/29/2017, 07:30 AM
Agree it's a photosynthetic sp and I would frag the good parts off. It might regrow over the dead parts but it's more likely these dead bits will attract algae. These are a pretty easy species that should grow well.

williamsreeffam
03/29/2017, 10:25 AM
Veeeeerry nice, That makes life much easier. I already have one photosynthetic gorg that is doing just great.
I was thinking I would have to frag it out. I was just hoping I wouldn't have to because it would be such a large beautiful piece.

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RyanSweatt2004
04/23/2017, 09:16 PM
That species will regrow much faster over the exposed branches rather than regrowing new branches after fragging it. I vote for giving it good flow, good lighting and let it recover on its own.

wii64brawl
05/02/2017, 03:17 PM
Frag it. There's too many dead areas, and it's dying from the base and from the tips so really no hope if you leave it.

velvetelvis
05/11/2017, 06:50 PM
I would also dose the tank regularly with Korallen-Zucht ZEOvit Sponge Power. I've found that it helps gorgonians recover from tissue loss.