For a little over a week now, both my euphyllia coral have been partially to fully retracted. The torch has 2 heads. One of them is about half out usually, and the other is fully pulled in with a couple bare spots on the skeleton starting to show. The hammer is nearly all the way pulled in to the point I thought it was dead for a bit once. My first thought was parasites, so I kept watch over several nights and during the day but I found nothing. What I did see was my black clown nipping at them both. What I think happened is I fed the coral some coral pellets, the clown stole them from the coral, and now it thinks coral are tasty treats. Or it's looking for more pellets. Either way neither the coral nor I am happy about this development. Any ideas on how to stop this behaviour now that it's started? ETA Only thing I can think of so far is printing out a plastic net to glue around the coral to keep the clowns away, but that's not going to look very good and it would shade a bit of the coral. -_- The frag is glued down and there are non-euphyllia coral in the other half of the tank so I can't really move it around.