Originally Posted by lanserx
nitrite 0.1 (almost clear looking)
There is a ton of information for you to learn here, and unfortunately you already have the aquarium. So first we need to do some emergency training, and then you can hopefully catch up quickly on the essentials of reefkeeping.
The ammonia and nitrite both need to be zero. They probably spiked when you moved the aquarium (correct?), but they will settle down by themselves with no action on your part.
The Nitrates need remain under 10ppm, preferably zero. This is accomplished with good protein skimming and an adequate sand bed. Do you have a protein skimmer? What type of sand and what depth?
You salinity needs to be 1.024 to 1.025 for your setup. 1.022 is more accurate for a fish only system.
You need to immediately get an alkalinity and calcium test kit. Also buy a buffer and a calcium additive. Alkalinity need to be high, which is >10dkh. Calcium needs to be between 400ppm and 500ppm. These adjustments should also be effective at keeping your pH between 8.2 and 8.4, which is needed.
You also must immediately buy an iodine supplement. If you follow the instructions and add conservatively, testing should not be necessary.
The temperature is on the high side of safe. Anything higher and actions will be necessary. I would suggest that you purchase a small "computer" fan to blow across the top of your lights or across the water surface. This will help to cool the tank.
Maintaining a reef aquarium is a serious task and a daily job. You have a ton of information to learn in a short time. We simply can not explain everything on an internet forum. Volumes of books have been written on this subject and you need to begin reading ASAP.
Coral identifications: You have zooanthid colonies, mushroom corals, and feather dusters (the daisies). Your fish is probably a Tomato Clown.