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Acropora STN

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Matt_toynton

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Reply #30

Just dipped but think too late - stripping looks like it’s from the bottom up underside of branches are completely white/ fleshless

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Reply #31

Bad luck mate. Personally, at this point I'd get an ATI ICP test.

https://atiaquaristik.co.uk/product-category/reference-solution-and-icp-oes-testing/

It's better IMHO than the Triton and AquaForest ICP tests as it includes a test of your RO water + salinity, alkalinity & nitrate (which the others don't). You might find as I did that zinc or copper is too high (or as I suspect, you've now stripped the PO4 too low).

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Reply #32

Is temp stable? Do you have an STC-1000 or similar?

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