I have had these green zoas for about 2 months....they have been doing fine, and looking great until the other day....Im not sure why but the ones exposed to direct light have shriveled up a little around the edges.
The ones on the side of the colony look fine, but the ones on the top look a little odd for some reason.
Could they be getting too much light?....I would say ok but I thought zoas liked high light, and they have been doing great under 9.6 WPG
for the last 2 months in the same spot.
/4 - 0
ph - 8.4
Temp - 78.5*F
I am not sure what is happening to them....all the other corals in the tank are doing fine. I mean, they open but just look a little off when they are open.
I know zoas are hadry, should I just give them a few days and watch them?
Here are a couple pics....
This is what they usually look like...(dont worry, they are still the same color, I used a different flash!)
Here is a pic of the side of the colony, this is how they should look...
Here is the top, notice the difference?
Any input guys?