Jawbreaker looks stressed

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Hello guys,

New reefer here. Just wanted to know why my Jawbreaker looks stressed. Its skin color on the left looks very off to me.

How can I help my mushroom get well soon?

Phosphates: 0.08
Nitrates: 3 ppm
Alk: 11

Any help would be appreciated.

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You don’t say what your other parameters are, including magnesium

You could also try it at a lower alkalinity to see if that helps, but if all the other corals are ok, I wouldn’t change anything to much
 
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Looks like something is bothering or eating its skin?
 

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