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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Default Candy Cane is illin.

    During one of my hand in the tank workouts my Candy Cane got bumped around a bit. Not little bumps either, I can see discolored scrapings on the tissue, my bad She's not been feeling to good and refuses to fully open. It's now been several weeks. I've moved her to a low lite shaded area and am wondering if maybe a bath in some CoralRx Pro won't help. Any suggestions?
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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper

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    Got a photo? My guess is that it will recover on it's own in time.

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    Heidi - Reefkeeper
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    I agree with Jim. If it is shaded it will be much happier. I wouldn't dip it for just getting banged around a bit. Give it a couple days at least. My 2cents.


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