Originally Posted by Sniperhank
Actually, with that lighting you should be able to keep sps
easily. Acclimation of sps
is simple. Simply remove them from what it came in, dip it in some coral dip if you have any but it isn't necessary, and place them into the tank. Since your lights aren't dim-able, I would put it low and slowly start moving it up higher in the tank to get the lighting necessary to get sps
Now, actually reading you talk about a blueberry gorgorian. These guys are non-photosynthetic. You'll need to target feed it daily and have a good amount of flow around it.
Cool thank you, so I should just bypass the whole drip acclimation process or should I do it for a bit?
About the gorgonia, I understand that and that's fine with me, I wake up early to overlook the tank and I could easily feed it, that isn't the problem. My main question on that coral is. Does light harm it in any way? I know I doesn't need it but if it needs strong flow I need to have it close to the top where there's a lot of light