Seriatopora Question

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  1. Warr7207

    Warr7207

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    Hi Rob and Adriaan

    While I was away this weekend, my rock urchin dislodged my Seriatopora Caliendrum.

    It fell directly on my Cynarina - Meat Coral. It could have lay there for a couple of days.

    As you can see it has killed some of the coral.

    Do you suggest trimming the bleached pieces or just leaving it ?

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  3. Bob the (reef)builder

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    Leaving them won't hurt the rest of the coral except as a point where algae may collect and possibly later cause probs.

    I would trim them off though. You're lucky no more got nailed.

    He's looking really good otherwise. Gone even bluer.:)
     
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