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LTA Help!!!

Matyas

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Hey reefers! i need some help, my lta was doing fine until today when one of my rocks tumbled on top of it. Now half of it is deflated and stringy, what can i do?
 

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They are pretty resilient things. Give it a few days and it should be fine.

No need to treat unless you suspect an infection due to injury. Just keep an eye on it.

Just for good measure though, how about a pic and some tank parameters?

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tank parameters just checked ammonia 0 nitrite 0 and nitrate 5. i cant get a good image because of his position because he is in the far back area of the tank but he is positioned and anchored in the sand with half if its tentacles inflated, but the oral disk is partially deflated and it looks like the other half of its tentacles were sucked into his mouth.
 
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