Exactly, if water parameters were not good, i thought the Hammer or Heliofungia would be unhappy first.Usually star polyps are extremenly hardy. So - perhaps give it a bit of time. Monitor the situation.
I have no idea either:Leather corals, and star polyps would be affected differently by different toxins. Leather corals can excrete toxins that affects star polyps, but not LPS - I don't know the exact dynamics of toxins, but I do know that it could be specific to a type of "competitor"....
I am not sure if purigen would remove toxins - does it say so on the bottle? I know about ammonia/nitrates, but not sure about toxins...
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