Thanks!! I'll move it out more. And yes it is a new tank. These are my starter corals. But I am feeding brine and mysis mix every night. And i could spot feed it if needed.Try giving it some more light. It’s not exactly a low light coral. Also, your tank looks really new. Maybe it’s starved of nutrients?
Sounds good. Candy cane is impossible to kill, so I'm sure it'll do great for you, especially with the feeding.Thanks!! I'll move it out more. And yes it is a new tank. These are my starter corals. But I am feeding brine and mysis mix every night. And i could spot feed it if needed.
Thanks. Just not sure what's bothering it. Everything else is happy and I just fed and all responded with sweepers that one just looks bad on the leftLike above, make sure it has sufficient light, medium flow. It is a hardy coral.
I have had a Candy Cane look horrible after a high metal contamination in the tank. I kept the skeleton with barely any flesh left. Today it looks great, growings new heads.
Give it some time to adjust, it’ll come around
I'm thinking it may have damaged the skeleton in the car somehow. Because it looks like it's trying to feed just doesnt have supportHad mine sitting at bottom of tank 90-110par for 2 weeks then moved it up 1/3 of the way 110-140par now sitting 2/3 of the way up on my rock sitting in 150-180par looking great.
Just let it adjust and settle then move it up on your rock work towards your desired location
ph 8.3On another note what are your parameters as well? Just give it more light.
How long are your lights on for and what lights are you running?