- .25 (it's been .25 for a week... my test kit might be wrong)
- .1 (not quite .1 but the result is not clear)
PH - 8
These parameters are not good due to the fact the 75G was moved recently. But my disc coral acted this way for more than a month in my old 29G which had 0 NH3
, 0 NO2
, 5 NO3
, 8.4 PH, 1.025 SG
. I thought it was just my disc coral that does that but i bought a pagoda cup recently and it's doing that as well.
I had/have no livestock that would pick them these 2 corals.
New update: the pagoda cup's polyps havn't been open for 2 days straight. It seems to be turning brown from its greenish color. Might be the bad water that's doing this. All my other corals are doing great though. My green BTA, which is the most sensitive invert in my tank, seems to be very very happy. I put it in the new tank and it didn't move 1 inch.