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STN after coral electocution

Discussion in 'SPS (Small Polyp Stonies)' started by szavoda, Jun 3, 2016.

  1. szavoda

    szavoda Prawn M.A.S.C Club Member

    I had an accident a couple of days back where my Kessil LED canister fell into my frag tank. The light did not seem affected and I went about my life. Within 12 hours the water was getting cloudy and two of my corals were bleaching (everything in the tank is a mini-colony).

    I did a 100% water change and removed the dead corals. Now, one colony that looked fine before is starting to STN pretty quickly.

    The only other note is that there is a lone Paly in then the tank as well. Just mentioning in case it could be releasing toxins and causing issues.

    Any recommendations?

  2. Balz3352

    Balz3352 Marlin M.A.S.C Club Member

    Carbon is first thought.... Dang. This sucks... Water parameters
  3. Irishman

    Irishman Cuttle Fish M.A.S.C Club Member

    Dip the colony with CoraRx.

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  4. szavoda

    szavoda Prawn M.A.S.C Club Member

    Should I cut them above the STN and mount on frag plug?
  5. szavoda

    szavoda Prawn M.A.S.C Club Member

    I guess it was more RTN than STN - I clipped off about 10 good frags and mounted them. Time will tell....

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