12-24-2006, 09:21 AM
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I'm waiting patiently for answers. I too want to help but don't want to shoot off at the mouth and then have you tell me that everythign I said is taken care of.
What is this "high" temp? High temps affect SPS corals which you have none of. Some of the famous reefers shun chillers and run their tanks at 85F.
My first guess is that your "water quality is not good". I'm pretty sure that unless you had a friend that is a succesful reefer help you with the move that your tank is in a cycle. This could be as short as a week or as long as months.
Explain your set up in more detail. IE, filters, skimmers, sumps, flow.....
If your clams have holes in them, I'm afraid they will not recover. I've not seen many clams pull through from injuries or stress. You may even need to look for pyramid snails
What water did you fill the tank with? How did you prepare before you added it?
What are the exact paramters, is this a guess, a test or what the LFS told you? What brand of test kit? How old is it?
I ask you all of these things even after reading your tanks profile.
Salinity levels, brand of salt mix.
The only thing I can recommend at this time are frequent 10% water changes daily for a few weeks to see if that helps.
I've moved 4 very large, 100+, reefs and had only 2 fish die in the process. All of the tanks where back on line in hours and looking like they did in less than 3 days.