I've had my toadstool coral in my 95 gal
tank for about 3 weeks now and it doesn't seem to be doing so well. When I first put it in the tank, it expanded and moved up towards the light. However, I've noticed within the past week it hasn't been expanding or responding to the photo cycle. In addition, the top of the coral has begun to look more shiny. Right now, I have him on the substrate in an area of medium flow and I'm feeding the tank about 1 oz of phytoplankton every 3 days. Are these signs of a sick coral? Should he be moved to an area of less flow or more light? TIA.
Right now my parameters are:
Specific Gravity: 1.025