LPS coral - YouTube
Here is a quick video of both of my LPS
corals. They are looking if anything worse today than before, even after 36 hours or so of reduced flow. The frogspawn which was doing great for a couple of days actually looks worse than the hammer.
Anyone think based on the movement in the vid, that the flow is still too high? I have the MP10s set pretty low, and I moved them back a bit towards the rear wall of the tank, and up a couple of inches.
Also in the vid, you can see the hammer's stinging tentacle is extended, first time I have seen that. Holy cow is it long, good to know it's reach so I can keep other corals away. Should it be extended like that with the lights on? It is retracted now...
The other thing I observed last night was both of clowns have taken an extreme liking to both of these corals. They were laying in them and going nuts for hours last night. Do you think they are just too aggressive and that is a contributing factor?
Or do I just need to follow Doug's advice and try reducing lighting some?
...or do I just need to chill out and wait? Both specimens have only been in the tank for less than a week.