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derasa spawing...


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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Default derasa spawing...

    Was doing a little rearranging earlier this evening and rotated my 8+ inch T. derasa ~40 degrees. I was just looking at the tank and its cloudy white and the derasa is spawing! While this may seem like a great thing, spawning can be triggered by stress. My last big derasa spawned a few times... but also died soon after a spawn. I hope I don't have the same thing happen again.

    Tom

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    steve&mari - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Hope it works out for the good this time. Best of luck Tom keep us posted.
    Steve

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