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Salifert. I had issues with my hammers when my alk was out of whack. I'd test before doing anything tho
How would you go about increasing your nitrate ? Just less water changes ? I’ve already cut them down to one every month or so now because they got so low
 
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You can see decent amount algae on the back of you glass, so I wouldn't say lack of nutrients are the issue. Your other surrounding corals look ok, so once again, don't think nutrients are the issue. Wall variety euphyllia are typically more difficult to keep, and don't respond well to being cut or fragged (lots of shop sell fragged ones). I would encourage you to become more familiar with general water chemistry before buying more (they are expensive, and will probably continue to rise in price), invest in good test kits (salifert, red sea, hanna), and watch reputable videos online (brs, marine depot, tidal gardens, coral euphoria,...).
 

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I see them now. I thought that was epoxy or glue holding the coral in place. But they look like it could be nudibranchs. And not the good kind.
 
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