Currently, I am experiencing what I think is a bacterial infection in my coral. I noticed during a water change Thursday. A couple of mushroom coral on the back glass were disentegrating. They had a brown slime on them. This had spread to my stylophoral which spread to my UC equisita and then to my slimer. I successfully snipped off a couple branches of the equisita and saved them. I also was able to cut above the infection on a slimer branch, saving the colony. I was able to cut off some of the infected branches on the purple style but due to the thickness and density of the colony I simply cannot cut out the infected area. This infection is spreads rapidly! The stylo is very large and the infection seems to have slowed a bit, so I may not have to go 100% damage control on it. Today is day 5 and I noticed this morning the base is now showing signs of disease. Without treatment it's likely my colony will be destroyed. I've lost euphyllia in the past to a same/similar brown slime infection. Has anyone else experienced this? Treatments? ABX?