Toadie question

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hi all,

Yesterday I noticed my toadstool had a yellow patch on it. Today I’ve noticed that the skin has yellow and purple patches on it. I know that toadies do turn yellow when shedding but from what I read that’s normally just a yellow colour. Does anyone have any idea’s if it’s dying or shedding.

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Reply #1

Is the clown living in it?  Could be that irritating it.

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Yep, they spread themselves between two of them.  Will it normally grow back?

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Reply #3

Any chance any other corals have stung it?  Mine goes like that if it flops over onto my zoas sometimes.  Does bounce back after a few weeks though.

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Seems to be back to normal this morning, could have been stung by the tube anemone.

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