I have a Current Sunpod MH 150 HQI (http://www.drsfostersmith.com/Product/Prod_Display.cfm?pcatid=13975&N=2004+113030) and the bulb is about 3 months old.Fly Guy said:What lighting do you have??
From what i have found, they are VERY difficult to erradicate completely. If you are going to have a chance of doing it you will need to remove all of your sps into a quarantine tank for 6 weeks treating once a week with a fluke medication, along with blasting each and every coral. This is of course more or less comlicated based on the amount of stony corals you keep. There is another product, levamisole, that is more potent and what i think i will use for quarantining new corals, but it is dangerous and the wrong quantities of it has damaged and even killed entire systems. Follow the links to reefcentral in my "red bug" thread below this.abigtroutt said:I will do that today with my coral. now with the worms is there something to treat them with to kill them in my tank so they wont destroy my coral?
What is RTN ?? I answered my own question Rapid Tissue Necrosis (my big book) and did you treat it with Melafix?Twitterbait said:Looks similar to a problem i had. I treated it like RTN.