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08/31/2017, 04:44 AM
hello :wavehand:
First of all, it's important to me to say that I use Google translation so if something was taken out of context or misunderstood please tell me and fix.

the question:
I know there was a lot of talk about it, but I'll dare and ask again.
I have a new reef and a number of corals and a rose.
LPS BUBBLE CORAL AND BLASTAZUMA CORAL, remove a brown wire from the center of their mouth.
I know this is the emission of cooperative acceleration, the question of whether it is dangerous to what happens and what should I do.?

Some facts:
1. The corals came from T5 to LED lighting, I reduced 60% of the intensity of the lighting.
2. It happens mainly in the sunset that the lighting is weakened.

CA 410
MG test the way by mail
Salinity 34 PPT
Temperature 26 C

THANKS.!! :spin1:

08/31/2017, 07:59 PM
Parameters look ok. My understanding is their mouths are their anus. Brown should = pooping. White = stressed/attacking. Keep up on water changes so your calcium does not drop much more. I aim for 450-500 CA.

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09/01/2017, 08:53 AM
OK thank you.!! :thumbsup:
Right now I'm not adding anything, I'm doing a water change for two weeks.
If I see a decline in values, of course, I will compensate for that.