In our 55 gallon tank, one coral after another has been biting the dust.
First, the elegance, then a brain, candy cane, pineapple and now his lobo, which has been wonderfully happy for eight months has developed some cyst looking bumps this last week. Well tonight it looks as if one has burst and stringy stuff is coming out. On the second photo, there is a bump on the left side with stringy stuff coming out, but it is hard to tell, there is also some coming out on the right side underneath.
Can anyone tell me what this is?
All of the water parameters are perfect...it's been checked by us quite often and several LFS
's as well. This tank has T5's and LED
's. All of the corals had done beautifully for sooo long and now each are dying a slow death...Mushrooms, todstool, frogspawn, etc. are thriving still.
My other tank has a bad outbreak of hair algae...finally got rid of most of the red slime/cyno algae and now I have hair algae and all my beautiful corals under the halides look brown---nothing but brown corals, sand, rock, lol.
I'm attaching a couple of photographs of the lobo and it's bumps/stringy stuff.
Thanks in advance for any assistance.