Brawnish bobbles

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  1. MouseMan

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    Hi gys I seen to have brawn bobbles
    On a piece of coral I bought a few days ago. Can someone please tell me what it is and what I should be doing [​IMG]
     
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  3. Zandy

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    What coral is that?? If you see brownish jelly like substance it could be brown jelly disease. Did you coral dip this coral prior to introducing it into your tank??
     
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    It's a trumpet. The stork seems to have a whitish wax on it and now brawn bobbles coming up. Nope I Havnt dipped it
     
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    I see a hermit on it perhaps just remove him from the "stork" cause he could cause some irritation as well. I would then use something like coral RX to dip this coral before placing it back into the display tank
     
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    Will do thanks
     
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