wow That's a big difference between the first and second pic.
I do a 20% pwc
I put it in about an hour and a half ago after the two hour drip. Some of it is inflated but some isn't, it might just be acclimating and look better tomorrow. I can really see the hard skeleton on it and I can see the fleshy "mouth". It doesn't look horrible but it does look bad. You can tell from the skeleton that it use to be a lot bigger, prob 5x what it is now. The fleshy part has receded from the edges of the skeleton.
It had been in the lfs
for like 3-4 months in their 320 gallon tank that has two 250 MH
's (one on each end of the tank) and a 400 watt MH
in the middle. Why wasn't it doing good there? Maybe that was too much light?
Would target feeding help it at all right now? Just til it gets back up to healthy?
I dose PhytoPlex and ZooPlex by Kent every other day for the corals in there. Would that be enough? I'm almost out of those and in a week I'm gonna order ZooMax, PhytoMax, ChromaMax, Micro-Vert, Marine Snow, Cyclop-eeze, and brine shrimp and alternate them so the corals get a wide variety of foods. Sound good? Any suggestions?
Well I nursed a bleached out bta back to full health, hopefully I can do this too.