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Old 09-19-2019, 02:22 AM
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Jacky, as Bugger said one of the corals will loose its tissue when they get in contact to each other or come close to each other. I would recommend to separate them, break the rock where they are growing one or remove one of them by cutting it off and place it to a different kind of rock / place.

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Jacky, as Bugger said one of the corals will loose its tissue when they get in contact to each other or come close to each other. I would recommend to separate them, break the rock where they are growing one or remove one of them by cutting it off and place it to a different kind of rock / place.

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Thank you G., I will try to do this.
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