WYSIWYG - you receive exactly what you see in the picture
Grid 1.5x1.5 cm
Photographs taken under the Radion G4 Pro
- Ecotech AB+ Labs program
Temperature: 24 - 26 °
Movement: medium turbulence
Guide to acclimatization
It is highly recommended to acclimate all corals to a new environment to prevent the corals from going into shock.
Put the corals into the water from the packing bags and slowly add the new environment water (drop-drop method is recommended)
Use the water parameter above as a guide.
Make sure the water temperature matches that of the new environment.
After the corals have spent adequate time in the acclimatization water, gently place the corals in a new environment.
It is advisable to place new corals with a light intensity lower than that normally required. Once the corals show no signs of stress, they can gradually be moved to an area of brighter lighting.