|This beautiful red and purple Zoanthid is growing at the very top of the reef. This tank has six VHO lights so the top part of the reef is very brightly lit. It is important watch the Zoanthids late in the afternoon to see if they are closing before the lights go out.
If you notice that the corals are contracted you may have them in too bright of light. We always start the Zoanthids in the bottom of any reef that we move them in to, and after they stay open until lights go out we move them up in the tank.
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