RTN is usually quite quick - consuming the entire coral in only a couple days, sometimes faster than that.
nitrate 50ppm (reducing....)
phosphate 1ppm (reducing....)
I agree with this.. My acro
started to go quick.. I was able to save bits of it Thanks to a few members on this board.. Man i love that color tan with hints of florescent blue.. Awesome acro
.. lol was suppoesed to be an rare acro
lol.. Any ways they need extreme light IME
and pretty good waterflow.. The thinker the acro
is the more waterflow.. RTN
ate my coral about 1/2" per day at the least.. you nitrite is awefully high and makes me personally think that the tank has not been setup that long.. Acros are a pretty hard species to keep and should be in a well matured tank such as No nitrates ect...