@Kyeh let’s see there is a yellow tang, blue tang, sail tang, 4 clownfish, two Goby a skunk cleaner shrimp, a three stripe damsel, a domino damsel, a peppermint shrimp, a clown tang, a blue mouth trigger and some other corals. Tomorrow brings some more coral and Wednesday I get some interesting invertebrates. I’ll post some more pictures this week.
@bleedmichigan@mike808 If he had it under regular lighting instead of the super-blue (actinic) lighting, the tips would appear gold. The blue light brings out the more neon colors and washes out the rest. In my tank, I have a coral that looks brown under regular lighting but neon orange under actinic lighting.
@mike808@Weboh actually even under actinic in real life the tips look gold. The picture just doesn’t work. Here is a picture looking down from the store with a better camera and no glass in the way. Same exact coral piece.
@bleedmichigan Hopefully you have enough hair algae to feed it. I’ve been through a few and they usually die out shortly after the hair algae is gone. They can eat some caulerpa and the stuff that grows on the glass, but the main part of their diet needs to be hair algae.
@Weboh I have some hair algae but in my last tank I had great success feeding red micro algae to my sea hare. Then I moved and sold the tank. So I have a refugium full of red macro so I hopefully will be good to go.