Recently I’ve been noticing my Candy Cane getting thinner and thinner, it now had it’s skeleton completely exposed. From what I’ve heard these are supposed to be dang near indestructible... my parameters read ok (outside of higher nitrates). Coral looked decent on 14 Feb & a week later (20 Feb) it looks almost dead. It initially looked like it was splitting, the pink mouth was wide triangle shaped and seemed to be splitting in two. -10G Nano (born early January) -Current Orbit LED 4100: on M3 setting, 12 Hr total, 30 min sunrise/set with 100% white/blue max intensity. Approx 6” above water level (Re-programmed lstnight down to only 60% white) -Hydor Koralia 240 -Stock hanging sock filters cleaned weekly with hose and bleached after (bleach obviously throughly rinsed out) -Water changes: 9 Feb @ 2G, 14 Feb @1.5G (cleaned out debris from back of tank), 16 Feb 2.5G. Been trying to get the Nitrates down from a testing of ~35 on 13 Feb (Was def over feeding my fish). All water has been RODI. Salinity 1.024 Temp 79*F DKH >10 PH 7.8 Cal 420 Nitrates ~20 Small clown Blue Damsel (Also had a black damsel that was a bully & I had to get rid of) Peppermint shrimp Assorted snails & hermits Green Candy Cane 3” away Clove Polyp 4” away Mushroom 4” away Single orange Zoa 4” away GSP 6” away All other coral seem to be thriving, this is the only one that is acting different. I haven’t seen anything picking at it. I assume it may be sensitive to the light (LFS had it under darker blue only) as well as the moderate flow of my wavemaker. The light has been ramped down to 60% white 80% blue max intensity and the wave maker has been redirected for less flow toward it. Any other thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.