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Old 10-09-2018, 02:08 AM
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Originally Posted by G.Alexander View Post
Can you please post a picture of the slime you have mention ?

Difficult to give a recommendation as I do not know how your corals are looking at the moment, any chance to post some good example pictures of your corals or describe what exactly you like to improve ?

Hi plz see the attached pic and let me know what you think..
Also wondering if you have recommendation for any other additives which I should include in my dosing regime to further enhance coral coloration. ?
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Looks like the slime is coming from the corals directly, another idea are snails which have a chalk tube producing slime.

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