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PostSubject: Saving Dying Corals   Fri Apr 03, 2015 12:28 am

I am sure we have all been in a situation that one of our precious frags or colonies was not looking so good or on its way out.Could be Rapid Tissue Necrosis, Brown Jelly, White Band, or just a nast sting from a neighboring coral. Infact that is probably why you are in this section of the forum. I have had to deal with my fair share of issues wich has led me to many solutions both the easy way and the hard. This here is another persons methods of saving corals from certain ailments, the easy way.

Check out the article here..

http://www.reefdup.com/2012/01/02/rescuing-dying-corals-how-to-guide/

I have never tried to glue down the flesh of a coral but I might give it a try next time I have a situation that all else fails.
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