My mangrove is getting soft, dying?
I have a 30g reef with a 15g display refugium.
The way it is setup the red mangrove seed will receive 1-2 hours of direct natural sunlight a day and as much daylight as the day lasts. It sits under a 4500K refugium light, about 8,5 hours every day.
I got it about 5-6 weeks ago and the 'trunk' was hard, just like wood. Now over the last couple of weeks one of the leaves (it has 2, about 1,5cm each) started getting brown and the trunk is getting soft, more like chewing gum than wood.
Since I got it it didn't grow at all.
I am wondering if it is adjusting to the move and the growth stunted or if that is a sign that it might die on me.
I did read just before that I have to keep my magnesium levels high so when I get home tonight I will check that.
Any other thoughts?