Okay, I've noticed a couple of things since my white led driver failed 2 days ago. When I lost the white light, I put a small led strip and 2 compact fluorescent bulbs on the tank as emergency lighting.
The RBTA that usually looks pure white is now looking pink. I'm wondering if maybe my leds are too bright. I've never had a meter on this tank. Does a PAR meter tell if the colours not right?
There are 2 of these white nems that I got from Buscher last fall. They have never gotten any bigger and usually hang out under the rock ledge.
The other thing I noticed, is the Kenya tree that I bought from The Incrdible Aquarium about 3 weeks ago appears to have split. It has broken off about 4 fairly large pieces. Is it normal for this coral to split this soon since being fragged?
What do you think?
38 gal tall, 25 gal sump/refugium,
2 tomato clowns, 2 pajama cardinals,3 blue damsels, hermits, cleaner shrimp, nassarius snails and 5 + Mexican turbos, 2 bubble tip anemone, , hairy mushrooms, devils hand , some zoas/palys, so pulsing xenia
About 45lbs live rock, 15 lbs live sand, and , dead coral and shells
33 x 3 W leds (19 white, 14 royal blue, 2 UV, 2 red)