Thanks for the advice everyone... I keep them in the shade and they seem pretty content where they are and are open most of the time, even during the day.
A couple other unrelated questions though. I tend to have few problems keeping my corals alive, with the exception of cynarinas for some reason. I typically place them low in the tank w/ low-moderate water flow. I tried once, on someone's advice, placing it high in the tank b/c he told me it likes more light, but that didn't work either. As soon as it hits the water, the tentacles come out for a while, it never opens, and eventually dies. Any suggestions?
Also, I just got a great looking blue-tailed wrasse a couple of days ago. I have only seen him at night, so I'm assuming he stays buried while the light is on. Does this pass once he becomes more accustomed to the tank, or is there anything I can do to help the situation? Thanks again.
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