This looks like a nice site. I have had a reef tank for quite some time.
However, the live rock has been looking kind of sick recently. When I looked closer, I noticed that the live rock has little white rings in the shady parts of the rock. I don't know what is wrong, but some of the live rock kind of looks like it is being eaten. I don't know if this is a natural thing. Anyone have any experience with this?
Ok. I got a snowflake moray, radiata lion, purple tang, green chromis, maroon clown, brain coral, leather coral, plate coral, live sand and 55 lbs of live rock. I also have a single compact flourecence. Does that help?
It does not sound like you have enough light to support the coraline algea/corals/sponges that may have been on the LR. How big is the tank? If you want good long-term health of your corals I would consider up-grading your lighting to at least CF.