I know I shouldn't have done it, but I bought a blasto frag without knowing how to care for it. \n\nIt's redish purple with green centers. About 8 polyps on this frag.\n\nFrom what I've been reading, they require medium lighting-\-not direct lighting. They are photosynthetic, but may eat brine shrimp. They require stable levels of calcium, pH and alkalinity [I](what coral doesn't?)\n\n[/I]My parameters are stable. I'm running my pH at 8.4 and got my alkalinity at about 4.4-\-4.6. Calcium is still about 450. Specific gravity is 1.026\n\nI have 144w of T5 on my 30g high tank. Tank is 24" tall. Fairly well lit, but not crazy. 4.8w per gallon.\n\n[img]https://www.livingreefs.com/gallery/files/1/8/9/2/Blastos4.JPG[/img]\n\n:bounce:\n\n[img]https://www.livingreefs.com/gallery/files/1/8/9/2/Blastos.JPG[/img]\n\nThey are midway in the tank now. About 12" under the water. Light is 4" above the surface of the water. So, about 16" below the light.\n\nShould I just set them on a rock and wait for them to secure? Or leave them on the frag rack for now?