A few weeks ago I put in some marco rock and did some reaquascaping to my display tank. This also gave me a chance to epoxy/glue some of my frags to my rockwork.
I started to notice within days that some of my coral weren't looking too good. I thought maybe I stressed a few colonies/frags off from touching and moving them around. Possibly even causing some tissue loss due to epoxy residue on fingers when handling the coral.
Now I am starting see a few more of my sps (miami orchid, red planets, strawberry shortcake, tricolors) looking pretty bad, complete tissue loss in areas. What is really weird is on my Miami orchid and a few other frags the tissue loss is completely on the underside of the branches.
I've noticed some bright, white spots on each of these damaged coral and wanted to know if these are a pest and the cause of my problems.
I have not dipped yet, thinking I had stressed them out and it was the epoxy residue, but I do have Coral rx, Revive and Iodine.