I just put a new pc
192 watt light on my reef and it went nuts.... I was weak on lighting so I bought this new unit to brightn up the place. From the momeny I turned it on, things started happening. I had bristleworms crawling out in the open, the yellow star polyps pointed their tendrils straight up to the light, and bubbles started releasing from the substrate, rock and my sponges. Lots of bubbles, just floating up out of the gravel to the surface where it formed almost a bubble layer (similar to a bubble nest that a betta would make. The surface is thick ith this bubble matt and it is thick like syrup. I have had many reefs, I even owned a shop for years and have never seen this. I do have a couple of types of Caulerpa, is this what happens when they go sexual??? I have some nice pieces in there that I grew from frags
, I don't need a crash now. Anybody have any ideas????