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Old 10-25-2017, 08:21 PM
feelingfishy87 feelingfishy87 目前離線
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Unhappy AEFW problems dumped all sps

Like the title says i have an AEFW problem, did dips in coral-rx and bayer, but to no avail did I defeat them. The corals only continued to die as the days/weeks went by, I took all SPS out of the tank and only left with a few LPS and Didgi's and Montiporas.

Wanted to know how long before I can start placing SPS in tank again, just want to make sure all flatworms are dead and all or any eggs that are still around will die soon as possible so far its been just over 2 weeks.
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Old 10-26-2017, 02:10 AM
mars109 mars109 目前線上
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I would personally hold out as long as possible. At least 2 months to be safe. You will need to search for eggs and dip the sps at least a few times a week too. Polyp lab prime reefer would be your best bet as its a lot milder on the Coral but harsh on the critters

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aefw, dips, flatworms

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