It was killing itself by staying in the shade. Mouth was wide open and retracting constantly. As for the clam, not sure if it is set or not. I try to leave it alone since it is open and happy. It is still on the same rock I originally put it on though, so the chance is there.
Today I got po'd. Still have things floating in the tank. I've readjusted my PH's to no help. So now I have panty hose over my return line, no help. While I was panty hosing my entire tank, I tossed one on my sea clone and plugged it back in since the reef octopus doesn't skim ever. Only other option is that it is calcium precipitating, I think atleast. I have no clue why it would be doing so. I don't dose anything and do water changes to 1.026 weekly. Might be that my reef crystals are to blame here? Too much magnesium and calcium building up?