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Hi all, I'm worried about a few of the corals in my tank. A torch coral I've had a couple months started losing some polyps over the past 2 weeks. My tank is 4 months old. I thought it was due to too high of flow, but after keeping one of the power heads off it hasn't gotten better. Now the one previously heathy head is completely deflated and looks to be dying. Our brain coral used used to expand very nicely and the past couple weeks has been shrunken in. We've had the brain a couple months as well. My toadstool leather coral is keeping its polyps retracted most of the day. When they're out it's only halfway. I have 2 clowns, a TSB, and a coral beauty angelfish in a 32 G biocube. I have seen the angelfish pecking all 3 of these corals. My mushrooms, xenias, alveopora, and 2nd bigger but newer torch coral are doing well. My water params: pH- 8 kH- 8 nitrates- 3-5 phos- 0 ammonia-0 Ca- 440 I do 5 gallon weekly water changes with RO/DI, consistently. I spot feed rotifers and mysis shrimp 2-3 times weekly. The brain used to like mysis I have stock lighting. Not sure what's wrong here. This is my first tank and Ive been trying to do everything right by it. I dipped the brain and the torch in CoralRX this morning and brushed a little hair algae off the brain. Starting to get pretty disappointed... Before: Today: before: today: Before: today: Link to to my journal: