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Leather Toadstool help

Discussion in 'Marine Reef Keeping' started by tsdpurdue, Feb 15, 2012.

  1. tsdpurdue

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    I bought a leather toadstool last Tuesday (Feb 8) and Im wondering if it is doing ok. I have been doing a lot of research and I know they can sometimes take a while to fully come out, but it has been over a week now am I wondering should I just leave it be or should I try to increase the flow, or a different spot in the aquarium. I took my water to the LFS and my water tested out perfect and all of my other corals looks great. Any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated

    I have attached a picture and uploaded a short video to youtube

    <a href="http://youtu.be/l-PoM9-Mg7s" data-cke-saved-href="http://youtu.be/l-PoM9-Mg7s">[video=youtube_share;l-PoM9-Mg7s]http://youtu.be/l-PoM9-Mg7s[/video]

    20 gallon setup
    13lbs live rock
    T5 96 watts

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    Yup looks great to me dude. Doesnt seem unhappy in the least.. just leave it where it and let it acclimate some more and watch that sucker grow
     
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    Alright. I will leave it be then. I cant wait for it to start growing!!
     
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    They grow fast. I got small o.e last year, now its the biggest coral in my tank.
     

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