Well I did a 32g PWC
yesterday to get these nitrates in check and I have 32g more mixing right now. I'll probably do a PWC
every few days to get things back to normal. I tell you, stirring up a sand bed creates a mess!
I'm starting to see growth in my SPS
again, they have been somewhat lax in the growth department over the last couple of months. Getting them back in the good flow and lighting has helped a lot. My RBTA is starting to darken again and is staying open pretty much all the time. My silly clowns go from it to the Duncan and back again.
Oh I found something interesting out about the "teal acro" that I have sold lots of in the past. I have been told by a few sources that it is actually ORA Scripps Acro. After looking at several pics of the Scripps I tend to agree with them. What ever it is I have dubbed it Ziggy's Acro. It is probably the fastest growing coral in my system and one that I have TOO much of.
My ORA Hawkins is starting to polyp out again. It wasn't looking so great there for a while. I think all the time it spent in the frag tank took a toll on it. After 2 weeks of being back in the 120 and under far batter lighting and lots more flow it has colored back up and the polyps have extended. I'm hoping to see some good growth in it over the next several months.
My superman monti is coloring back up too. It's not growing as fast as I would like but it is growing.
I've put a lot of my zoas in the 120, at first I wasn't going to put them in at all but I decided they do add a nice element to the tank. All of them are looking great! I've decided to use one rock in the tank as a multi-colored zoa garden.
Those of you in my area that are in need or want some macro please let me know. It is almost time to do some pruning in the fuge. I would rather give it away then throw it away.
That's about all for now....