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  1. Dipped it again yesterday. This time only in Coral Rx, followed by iodine. No more flatworms spotted. Maybe the flatworm was one-off. But it's been like this after the dip and stayed like this since. The tentacles look like the water has been sucked out of it. Kinda giving up hope on it. Left it on the sandbed to reduce the light it gets. Probably won't dip it anymore and let nature take its course, if it recovers then great. If it doesn't that too bad la. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  2. They look amazing! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  3. Updates: no improvement. Thinking if I should do another round of Coral Rx followed by iodine. Gave it a light dash of Redsea AB+ hoping that the amino acids might give it a boost. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  4. Updates The torch has been maintaining the same state as the first picture since yesterday. I hoping that it will recover more tomorrow and there are no more flatworms hiding inside. Sometime during the day, it's guts was spilling out (2nd picture). But no change in it's extension. It's better than before but not much improvement. Keeping my fingers crossed. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  5. Found the problem. So I decided to just dip it since the torch started to deflate again. Dipped it in Coral Rx 5mins and then I spotted a flatworm falling off. When I first bought the coral, nothing fell off though. Also dipped in furan-2, then iodine. Coral-Rx 5mins Furan-2 5mins Iodine 5mins Cleaning with fresh tank water in between dips. The torch is pretty annoyed and closed right now. Fingers crossed that this will be the end of it! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  6. Updates. Looks slightly better at night with lights off. The morning it looks ok-ish too. Except I see the guts more now. I have not done the iodine dip yet since it looked slightly better. Don't wanna stress it. Thanks everyone for the advice so far. Will keep updating as a record for people to see in the future. @equiox thanks for the PMs! @MrKingfisher It is in a low light and low-moderate flow area. Not been blasted. I don't really do sps so my flow is not high anyway. I've also been advised in an US facebook group to do a furan-2 dip followed by an iodine dip. Sounds effective fr
  7. Update, it spit something out, doesnt look like the usual coral poop. Looks like it's guts? After a while it looks like it's coming back a little, but did not improve further. Will be trying the iodine dip as suggested. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  8. Forgot to add my params. Salinity at 1.025, temp 26-27 Ammonia and nitrite 0 Nitrate 5-10 ppm Phosphate 0.1ppm Ph 8.2 Alk 8.9dkh Mag 1410ppm Calc 500ppm Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  9. Hi reefers, would like to get some advice. Recently got a gold torch and it was doing well initially. Suddenly in the past 2-3 days it was deflated and sad looking. 1st photo: first few days after purchase. 2nd photo: 3 days ago tentacles are thinner. 3rd photo: been like that for 2 days. Tested my water and saw that my calcium is high at 500. But this a new test kit brand, I switched from Columbo to Salifert. When I use Columbo it reads 430 (used both test kits). I have been maintaining at columbo's 430 for a while now. So I don't think it is a swing in calcium. I notice that it infla
  10. Looking for Purple Monster Zoas, WhatsApp for faster reply 9616two646. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  11. Hey reefers, Letting go this one frag of purple body green tips torch coral. 1 head @ $35 Also want to give away a Tiger Cowrie. Impulse bought it and I thought it was reef safe. It is REEF SAFE WITH CAUTION. It is known to eat Zoas/Sponges/Anemones/GSP, so take it at your own risk. If you have a fowler tank, might be a beautiful addition to your tank. Collection in the East. Kembangan. Please WhatsApp me @961626four6 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  12. All sold! Thanks! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  13. Thanks for the interest. Currently all reserved! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  14. To add. Will throw in (E) if you take all. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  15. Hi all, clearing of some LPS to free up space. A) Black/Brown Torch w/ White tips - 3 heads on a frag - $60 B)Purple Torch w/ Green tips - 2 heads on a frag - $80 C) Pink Duncan w/ Green Mouth - 2 heads on a frag with 2-3 babies coming out - $25 D) Neon Green Branch Duncan - 3 heads on a frag. $5 as the fragging wasn't cut very nicely. Take all for $160 and I'll deliver to you. (Weekdays after 9.30pm) (Weekends to arrange) Take all and self collect for $150. East side (Kembangan) Please WhatsApp me @ 9616 2646 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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