I purchased this scoly in August, and it did well for a short time. The LFS where I got it said it's a low light/ water flow type of coral. At the time my lighting was 2 54w T-5 bulbs. 1 6,500k actinic and 1 10,000k ultra sun super daylight, for a 55gal. The tank is only 18" high, and my lights are 21" to the sand bed. Around 2 watts a gal I shouldn't have issues w/ low light LPS'es getting to much light? Here is what it looked like when I brought it home. After a couple of weeks it started to turn brown. Than the fleshy part started to recede, but the skeleton seemed to have new growth. Now it looks like this. With my limited experience I'm not sure if it's worth leaving in the tank. It changes and has lightened up a little. Did it get too much light? All other LPS do well so I'm unsure as to what else might have done this. At the time my water parameters were really good. Any info is welcome. It would be nice to know if it's worth trying to save, if it's even possible?