Among the many usual hitchhikers on my LR
was a bartholomea annulata. I've watched him grow from a tiny baby. Until recently all I had for lighting was a 32W FO
. He seemed perfectly happy, extending his "base/foot/stalk" (not sure what it's called) a long way.
Last Friday I changed out the 32W for 260W of lighting. Now he stays flat against the rock and I can see a few dark spots on some of his tenticles. I assume he doesn't like the light (or maybe he does)? Is he going to be ok with that amount of light.
I upgraded my lights so I can get some corals.