Since switching over to my 55 on Thursday, all of my corals have died after expelling their zoo. I'm assuming this is what it was as it was all brown and stringy. All corals lost were LPS
Salinity 1.031 a tad high, but bringing it down and shouldn't be cause of death in such a short period of time
I'm at a loss. Lighting is 2 Radions running at 10%. They slowly start coming on around 7 and then work their way off at 7. Only other inhabitants of the tank are an indigo dottyback, some nerite snails, and a couple blue legged hermits that aren't showing any signs of stress.
The corals that were added on Thursday, acan, chalice, and worm brain were starting to show signs of stress and either bleaching or expelling their zoo. I moved them into my 36 and placed them in the middle of the tank, 4 bulb T5HO. All corals in the 55 were located in the sandbed.
Any ideas here? I've run out as to why corals that were doing fine or thriving in my 36 have now perished in under 2 days in the new tank. The 55 has an attached fuge w/ cheato (24 hr lighting) and runs carbon and pfo.