Hi everyone, I have a waving xenia which was growing well over 3 months. It expanded and grew and waved and did all the things it should do. I went away for 4 days during the hot weather and when I came back the xenia was limp and lifeless. It did not improve over a week so I went to my LFS who said he had the same problem with his xenia due to the heat. The weather has cooled since and the xenia has got worse. A couple of stalks grew a blister type form around it and another part of it went grey. I decided to cut off the worse parts and when I put my hand into the tank and touched the xenia it literally fell apart. So now I have cut it and only kept one stalk which still looks on the way out.
I also have a feather duster worm which is thriving so I am really not sure what to do as the easy to look after coral is dying and the hard one is thriving.
On a side note my female clown is battering my male so I have had to separate them.
Not having a good time with the tank!