Thanks so much for sharing, it is lots of info to take in. Just to make sure, I think I will stop using it for now and see if there are any improvements in the coloration and health of the corals.
***** EDIT 5-December-2021***** My original speculation was inaccurate. However, it did prompt another hobbyist to run some tests similar to those published in this paper. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33191523/ "This study investigates the utility of bromophenol blue (BPB) as a safe, rapid...www.reef2reef.com
Great pics, I might need to commission a photography session with you and my tank!Took some more pictures today. Sony a7II + 50mm 0.98 & 24-70mm 2.8 EF were used. Shallow depth of field if not the most ideal lens for reef tank photography but it provides an interesting unusual look.
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The presentation of the aquascape is not as nice without sandbed, but I am happy that my tank is running so much cleaner without detritus build-up.
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Lower the saturation quite a lot but maybe it is a bit too desaturated. I think the corals are looking more colorful in reality than the picture.
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Another desaturated picture .
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Top-down shot of the OG bounce. It has shrunk quite a bit after it was taken out of the water to provide a bigger base.
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Lol Sharp eyes! I updated the list. I got it when it was tiny but it grows so fast! I think I will have to say goodbye to the fish soon.Thats a lot of Damsels! Forgot the Hippo Tang in your count. shhh, Tang Police be watching.
What is the Zoa with the green center, red rim? I would like to locate some of those.
Let me know if you ever frag it or where yah got it.Lol Sharp eyes! I updated the list. I got it when it was tiny but it grows so fast! I think I will have to say goodbye to the fish soon.
The zoa you pointed out is the goblin eye zoa which is one of my favorites. Emerald on fire is a similar one, it has a green ring in the center.