- What is brown jelly disease?
- Do torches like high flow?
- Are torch corals hard to keep?
- Where do I put pulsing Xenia?
- Does Coral shrink at night?
- Do Xenia closed up at night?
- How long does it take for torch coral to open?
- Do torch corals need to be fed?
- Why is Torch coral dying?
- Where does Brown Jelly disease come from?
- Does torch coral retracted at night?
What is brown jelly disease?
Brown Jelly Syndrome (BJS) is, as the name suggests, characterised by a brown mass resembling jelly.
It appears to be floating on the surface of the coral and moves.
Tissue loss is fast and the disease is very contagious, so can spread to other corals regardless of species..
Do torches like high flow?
Introduction to torch coral care E. … Like most large polyp stony corals, a torch coral benefits from moderate water flow. The polyps will remain retracted and under-inflated if the water current is too fast because the large flowing polyps are prone to rip and tear in high or ultra-high current environments.
Are torch corals hard to keep?
Torches are no difficult to care for as long as you have the right water parameters and placement. They like minimal to medium indirect flow and don’t like too much lighting. So if your levels are in check and the corals you have now are thriving then you should be fine.
Where do I put pulsing Xenia?
Place the xenia on its own rock away from others. You will want to place them at least 4 or 5 inches away from any other rock. Any type of grow that appears on another rock should be removed immediately. Removal can be done by gently pulled out by walking a fingernail around the base of the coral to slowly loosen it.
Does Coral shrink at night?
Tree coral and leathers usually shrink at night and expand once the lights come on.
Do Xenia closed up at night?
they close up at night because since they are mostly photosynthetic, when the lights go out they cant photosynthesize, so they close up shop for the night untill they can.
How long does it take for torch coral to open?
about 3 weeksMine took about 3 weeks to fully open and now its amazing. Give it time and decent flow.
Do torch corals need to be fed?
torch, frogspawn and hammer will eat but they grow just fine without feeding. they are pretty light-hungry.
Why is Torch coral dying?
Your salinity is too low, your calcium is too low, and you don’t give a magnesium reading. Salinity 1.024-6; alkalinity 8.3-9.3 on KH scale; calcium 420; magnesium 1300, temp 78-80, nitrate .
Where does Brown Jelly disease come from?
Active Member. Brown jelly disease isn’t actually a disease, but a symptom that can have a host of causes. Sometimes it’s a bacterial infection, sometimes it’s severe stress, sometimes an injury has caused infection – the list goes on.
Does torch coral retracted at night?
As others have said, it’s completely normal for your torch or any coral to close up some when the lights go down. I have a 4 headed neon green tipped purple torch that looks killer when the lights go on in the morning. As soon as the lights go, it closes up.