After an exhaustive afternoon of pulling out a large rock and examining the hell out of it, I've come to the conclusion I have no idea if I have AEFWs. I looked around a multitude of acropora species (the only ones which seem to be having issues in my tank) I didn't see ANY "bite marks" didn't see any brown clusters of dots (eggs), I did this with the use of a magnifying glass because I'm starting to question my eyesight each day I get older Still something is royally pissing off my acropora, one particular yellow tort I had which showed signs of damage a couple days ago, was almost completely schloffed away, rtn, stn, some other TN. Then I noticed a little something... a few (very few actually) orange dots on some a green acropora (micropthalma I believe). So I'm thinking.. oh great now I have red bugs too? then I thought maybe it's redbugs causing this. These little orange dots were small, I couldn't see them with my naked eye, they were not part of the coral however as they were able to be washed off. Now they weren't moving or anything, of course the coral had been out of the tank for an hour or so and was dry(ish), and I don't know how these buggers really work. I could not find any sort of pictures showing the damage though, whether or not they stay on the skeleton or simply migrate to new flesh.. only. Now the problem is every damn picture I see on the internet is extremely macro/blown up... my eyes aren't that good even with a magnifying glass to see all the details that are shown. So here's the question, should I just auto-treat the tank and assume this is to be the problem, or should I wait for more evidence, i.e. wait to see an honest to god outbreak (although on one particular brown acropora I did see quite a few spots, again unsure if they're the bugs). Would it cause tissue to recess? I do have a single interceptor tablet, and can do two whole tank treatments with it, question is whether or not I should.