ZOA HELP

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  1. Schmitty

    Schmitty Supporting Member

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    So a week or so back the heat wave hit me hard and my tank water went up to about 89 for a day or so, after that I did water change and iced the sump and cooled the tank back down and along with the weather we got back to normal. Everything looks fine now except the zoas. They are still closed up, none have opened. Anything I can do besides being patient? Add special food targeted or move them closer to light or further away from light or anything??? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
     
  2. DEATH BY SNU SNU

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    wait and see
     
  3. roostertech

    roostertech reef noob

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    Zoas are like zombies, just when you think they are done for, they pop right back up.
     
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    And when you want them to die, they just grow like weeds.


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    "Zoambies"! Almost sounds better than the movie "Zombeavers"... almost.


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    omg you are so funny
     
  7. Schmitty

    Schmitty Supporting Member

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    I got my alk and cal more stable and bumped the temperature up to 78ish from 76ish and everything seems to be happier... Still not seeing my acans grow much but they are at least staying the same size if not getting a little bigger, just no new heads. Have even target fed them from time to time
     

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