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    Posted: October 07 2015 at 5:58pm
I have a lovely Christmas favia and an unknown encrusting coral that both have produced one single bubble. My favia's bubble is fantastically large. It looks like the skin has detached from the skeleton and is just inflating. Any clues on this? 


Salt 2.2
Ammonia 0
nitrite/ate .5
ph 8.2
alk 12
mag 1600
Calcium 345 (working on upping it)
iodine unknown
phosphates are probably high bc I have hair algae.



Edited by hydro phoenix - October 07 2015 at 6:00pm
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I have a couple that do this from time to time. Its the freaking aliens again!
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Your Mag is a bit high (1350 -ish would be better)

Don't know if that would cause "bubbling", though...

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