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Old 08/06/2018, 05:44 AM   #4
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I'd suggest getting your algae problems under control.. Thats not helping at all..

Sometimes leather corals show some "rot" at the base then recover just fine..
Other times its best to just cut it off to save the top..
Its hard to give an answer as I don't know what that coral looked like before this started happening..


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