pdxluv Posted December 7, 2010 Share Posted December 7, 2010 Help, my torch coral is dying, is it Brown Jelly Disease? Picture of my torch coral right now. Here's a brief history... The coral was healthy and extended about 2 weeks ago. But about 1 week ago, I was doing some tank maintenance and I accidentally knocked him down. So, I just stuck him on the substrate thinking I needed to move him away from my Metal Halides anyways. But 1 week goes by and he never opened, so I moved him back to the original location (mid tank). That was 1 week ago and he never opened. Just yesterday I noticed a pronounced "brown" stuff on him. And tonight (the linked picture), one of the heads "disappeared" completely, another head seems to have half of it with "brown jelly", the third head seems infected, and the remaining head seems like its not going to open and may be ill as well. So, my question is, what's going on? Doing a bit of web surfing, is this "Brown Jelly Disease"? I've been measuring my water Q every few days and every things seems correct. I'm trying to get a QT up and running and I'm planning on doing a iodine dip. Anyone have any suggestions otherwise? Anyone know the dose amount? How long to dip? etc... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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