It needs more than just taking it out of nitrate rich water.If i take a SPS colony out of a nitrate rich environment, and place it into a perfect one where all parameters are in check, how long should it take before i start seeing colour in the colony again?
Cool, i see what you getting at. But every tank will be different.Mashrie,
What i'm saying is that the lighting is strong, flow is strong, being fed etc.
I would put this down to the corals being in your system already and being accostomed to the parameters, and the only think lacking at the time was sufficient light.I put in some serious lights and saw a big change within 3 weeks
i had a guest over at my place today and the last time he had seen one of my birdsnest SPS,said that there is a change in the color of the birdsnest.it was cream and now gow going greenish(which is its true colour).i guess that because i see it everyday it doesnt really make a difference to my eye.its been in my system for around 3 weeks now.looks like i gotta take pics of each coral on a weekly basis so that i can tell the difference.what do you think crew?
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