InAtTheDeepEnd Posted January 4 Share Posted January 4 I had a bunch of corals delivered today from jbsmarines (top seller if anyone is looking btw), all small frags, mostly softies but amongst them a leafy green pavona and brown plating montipora because I heard they are, so far as sps goes, easier..... I'm a bit nervous trying to care for these as I managed to kill my last sps by putting it too high in the tank and bleaching it. Historically in this tank my calcium levels have been a bit on the low side (320ppm) with magnesium at 1425. I have started dosing seachem reef complete weekly. I don't know what NO3 and PO4 are right now but am planning on testing tomorrow. The frags are on my sandbed right now and seem ok. My light is very very bright, allegedly 100 PAR at 60cm away. Not sure how far above the tank it is though. Is this too much? How often ought these corals be fed? (I use salifert coral food). Anything else I need to know...... Quote Link to comment
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