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    NanoReefer

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    one of my percula clowns had some brownish black patches on him yesterday, today there is alot more, what is it and how can i treat it. thankssss!
     
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    bump*
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    Need a pic and test results for the water.
     
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    cant upload pics right now.... ph 8.2 ammonia 0 nitrate 0 nitrite 0
     
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    jcegt87 Dude Dude DUDE!!!!!!

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    its most likely from its host, what does your clown host, different corals have different stings and thus can cause spots on your clown , if your clown is acting normal than obviously its not bothering him enough to move hosts, it will eventually grow immune to its hosts sting and the spots will eventually rid themselves
     
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    he hosts the superman mushroom. thanks for the info ill sleep better after that one.
     
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