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Hey folks,

Broke down my 55 and moved all corals to my 120 about a month ago. this coral I recently noticed is not doing well (I don’t know why I didn’t catch it sooner).

I ran two ai 16 HD’s, on a beefed up saxby preset on my 55. Run two ai 16’s and two ai 32’s at the standard levels of saxby preset on my 120. Some of my corals (zoas, finger leather, chalice) I’ve noticed in my 120 seem a little dull in color but none are as bad as this.

Too much light? Not enough? can I save it?? There’s very little green left and no purple, it’s brown now.


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Absent parameters and a white pic to actually see what the frag looks like now, I'd say the change in lighting would be the culprit. But without par readings, it's hard to say exactly where it should go. If it's at the bottom of the new tank, I'd try moving it up a bit.
 
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