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Melting Coral Due to Bryopsis Removal?

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    Posted: April 14 2015 at 11:14am
I started dosing my tank for bryopsis removal around 4 weeks ago. For 2 weeks now levels have been 1900-2000. More than half of the bryopsis has been removed, but still have quite a bit that I need to get rid of.

In the last week I lost a colony of clementines :( ones that had just tripled in size and am about to lose a colony of watermelon zoas and a few others. Is there anything I can do to prevent the melting of the zoas while the magnesium is increased? 

All other specs are right on. My utterchaos and rastas seem to love the increased level, but I would really like to prevent some of the other zoas from melting fully away
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