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Old 02/10/2010, 08:38 AM   #851
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tmpcc = tropic marin pro coral cure

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Old 02/10/2010, 12:08 PM   #852
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I hate that freakin' acronym (AEFW) and cringe everytime I see or hear it!!!

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Old 02/10/2010, 04:26 PM   #853
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so like im not so good on the whole abbreviation thing so do you think you could tell me what TMPCC is . This was on neptune777 post thanks alot
Tropic Marin Pro Coral Cure = Iodine Dip

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Old 02/10/2010, 08:33 PM   #854
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is the seachem reef dip comparable to tmpcc or revive in its effectiveness on aefw?
not that i have them (not bragging) but in an attempt to be prepared !

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Old 02/11/2010, 05:34 PM   #855
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Originally Posted by dudley moray View Post
is the seachem reef dip comparable to tmpcc or revive in its effectiveness on aefw?
not that i have them (not bragging) but in an attempt to be prepared !
I used it to treat for AEFW, but its not that great. It does work, but I found CoralRx to work much better. I had 1 AEFW that I treated with the Seachem reef dip and it took almost double the does to actually kill it. It was stunned at just a little more than normal dose, and you could have basted it off probably, but it didn't kill it until I increased the dose. I don't know what this would do to a coral.

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Old 03/22/2010, 12:38 PM   #856
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Thanks to all who contributed info....It has been a lifesaver, timesaver and of course and money saver!

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Old 08/07/2010, 02:39 PM   #857
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Any updates on Revive? I dipped a frag the other day and had a few aefw in the bucket. Has anyone used Revive in a larger setup? How does this compare to the Fluke tabs?


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Old 08/27/2010, 08:57 PM   #858
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Okay, I started reading this thread... It started off like a good book but my eyes are killing me... So, what ever happened to Melevs tank? and did he ever figure out how to kill the FW?

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Old 12/27/2010, 06:40 AM   #859
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Are the fluke tabs still available? I think I'd like to add them to my QT process.

If so, where?


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