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Looks like the new duncan has some dark stubby tentacles. Is this anything to be concerned about?

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New acans are now puffed up and happy. 😄

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Ratvan
On 11/11/2019 at 11:28 PM, Gravity said:

Looks like the new duncan has some dark stubby tentacles. Is this anything to be concerned about?

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I wouldn't worry unduly, maybe a different type to the other(s) you have 

Mine is a short stubby tentacle variant

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Wonderboy

How is the duncan doing now?

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Gravity
8 hours ago, Wonderboy said:

How is the duncan doing now?

Seems fine, open most of the time. Mostly concerned about a few shorter discolored tentacles. Possible pests? 

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Amphrites

When they scrunch up the color will change, not sure why they're scrunching though.

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Wonderboy

A Coral Rx dip I think should help

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On 11/14/2019 at 6:30 PM, Amphrites said:

When they scrunch up the color will change, not sure why they're scrunching though.

I’m thinking you were right. The duncan looks much better now, after becoming accustom to my tank. DD38C8A4-A102-4193-85FB-D5FC09223707.thumb.jpeg.46c28459de7eefefe7f24dc7d75c0e08.jpeg

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Amphrites
4 hours ago, Gravity said:

I’m thinking you were right. The duncan looks much better now, after becoming accustom to my tank. 

Stellar, glad to hear-it, most corals - corallimorphs - and nems will change color considerably when not fully-inflated. They'll predominately-appear darker as their membranes are no longer stretched and as translucent.

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