So a little over a month ago, I moved. Only a few miles. I tried to ease the tank move by doing it over a week after everything else had gotten moved into place. The tank was still at the old place and I set up a temp holding tank out of a rubber made container. The liver rock was out of water for about 15 minutes when I did finally get the tank set up in the new place. I didn't notice any spikes in levels or anything. During the move, and subsequent storage in the temp tank, I think some of my corals got too close to each other and I lost half of an acan, most of a brain, and over half of a plate coral. The brain and acan, what remains of the flesh looks good, the plate isn't looking so hot, but there is still flesh on the skeleton. Hoping that it can make a recovery. However, what has me concerned is my clam.\r\n\r\nIt was attached to a flat piece of ceramic tile that I had buried in the sand. It has looked good since I put it in. However, today, I noticed that it had fallen over. I went stand it back up and under neath it was what a cartilage type substance. So my question is, could this just be the support strands that it abandoned because of the stress of the move? Since i was right after lights on, it hadn't come out completely yet. I know that if the foot got damaged, it will most likely not survive, but how long does it take for a clam to deteriorate if the foot is damaged? \r\n\r\nOnce I find my camera, I will take some pics.