Active MemberView Badges
This is the current state of one side of my poor trachy. I got him about 2 weeks ago and on the day after successfully acclimating, inflated like a balloon, ever since though he's been pretty tight to his skeleton, and now it's gotten so bad I think I can see skeleton and I'm seeking help. I've moved him to a darker less flowy spot of the tank (where he is in the picture). The following pic is the same with lines and boxes showing all the problem spots I have identified so far:
He has refused to eat either the frozen food I feed the fish or the special lps pellets I've tried giving him. No feeder tentacles, no eating display, no reaction to food or desire to eat whatsoever.
With him turning brown and white at the same time I'm so confused as to whether he has enough or too much light (especially considering he sat next to my first trachy who has been doing just fine for months now. My fish tend to leave him alone, with one of my clowns doing this one thing where he shoves his face into its crevice, but he did that with my first trachy and seemed harmless enough anyway, doesnt even do it that often. I did dip before adding him using CoralRx.
When I moved him to this shadier spot I took him out to inspect him, no visual parasites on him that I could find with the naked eye out of the water.
Here is my current water chemistry, tested of of the first of august:
I have no clue what is happening and I've been so stressed about it to the point of breaking down, especially with another new coral acquisition that's worrying me that we can talk about later, right now, this guy is going through worse. Please help!!