Coral ID

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  1. Warr7207

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    Not too sure, might be some type of encrusting monti.

    Can you get a closer pic of the polyps?
     
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    those weird mounds in the corals are those cursed snail/slug creatures. Now if this is a coral should I leave them or eradicate?

    I can't break the rock off like my acro fag.
     
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    Leave them, the coral will grow around them, my plating monti is loaded with them and it still grows like mad.
     
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    Will do, these slugs seem to attach all over the reef.
     

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