Originally Posted by melosu58
That`s really weird. I`ve never seen that before. In the daytime it looks normal?
In the daytime, it looks normal. At night, this stuff starts to raise. It's weird. It looks dead because the rest is pinkish white, then this is dark brown to a shade of gold.
i noticed that the left 1/5 of it (in the area of that floating..whatever that is) is retracted most of the time. I have a hunch it is because of water flow. I will try to lessen it.
Also, it doesn't look clear enough but the bubble coral is actually very far away from the nearest surface to which it can create contact. It's hard to see in the pic. Nonetheless, I am planning to relocate the coral somewhere wherein it is pointing up wards and not diagonal.
I will keep y'all posted.
, according to the instruction on the tester, is recommended anywhere above 200 ppms. Please elaborate the 150 ppm
standard that you use. Thank you all for responses.