hi all, i have a bright green candy cane coral that recently (last week or two) started slowly shrinking. by shrinking i mean the flourescent green pillowy top of the coral is shrivelling up and I can start to see the skeleton underneath. I noticed last week that my Magnesium was low so i've been bringing it up from 1200 day by day (someone mentioned at the last meeting that keeping Mg up seemed to help their candy canes). My Ca and Alk were a bit low too but not enough I would think to kill a coral...they are at normal levels now. I've heard about possible parasites but I don't see anything in particular on the coral...the fluffy part is just shrinking. Other corals and anemone in the tank are doing great. Should I be feeding the candy cane meat or something?