Coral Identification - Leather Coral? Help

Discussion in 'Corals' started by Nicola1980, Apr 18, 2018.

  1. Nicola1980

    Nicola1980Valued MemberMember

    Evening all. I have this coral which I can’t identify. I believe it is some sort of leather coral? Just today it has started to produce white stringy matter. Anyone have any idea what it may be. Thanks
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  2. thesoulpatch

    thesoulpatchWell Known MemberMember

    It's just releasing slime. No worries there, mine do it all the time. It's just being a healthy coral.

    Just trying to blow it off gently with a turkey baster, and you're good.
     
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    Nicola1980

    Nicola1980Valued MemberMember

    Great thankyou. Don’t suppose you know what the little green bubbles are attached to the coral rock? It came from the store like that
     
  4. thesoulpatch

    thesoulpatchWell Known MemberMember

    Bubble algae, pull it out in some old tank water and try to peel them off without popping them! or brush them off in old tank water then rinse in another container or water. That way the spores don't go back onto it or back into the tank. That stuff is a pain to get rid of...hate it!
     
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    Nicola1980

    Nicola1980Valued MemberMember

    So helpful. Thanks so much
     




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