No sump. I have a reverse photoperiod "refugium" that's no longer much of a refugium so much as just another tank where I grow algae and corals I don't know where else to put.Very nice. Umm..... Any Sump pics?
I'm sorry if I sound like a tool here, but they're actually Heniochus diphreutus (as far as I can tell anyway).The Heniochus asuminatus are the notorious coral pickers. The H. diphreutus are actually pretty reef safe. But it is VERY difficult to tell the two apart.Heniochus asuminatus
Your stock looks really healthy. They must be really happy to have you..... but really stressed when they see you packing your bags. You need to train that hubby of yours better.
Oddly enough, not very long at all. It was noticeably pale when I first got home, but it was back to its full glory in maybe a week or 10 days. The thing is, I have no idea how long the lights had been off because I was away for FIVE WEEKS (learning how to dive). So god only knows how long they had gone without light.
Stunning Sarah...your acros did not make it but...out of interest how did the clam fair and how long did it take it to recover