Coral I.D.: Turbinaria?

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What is this? The polyps retracted, it's a green coral. Has beige polyps that extend. Looks soft and kinda fuzzy in tank. Thank You for your time. Pagoda cup?

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Yeah. Beige tentacles. Cute as a button. Something to study. Tyvm for your time. Beautiful photo. Take care.
 
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Turbinaria Heroensis. Has tentacles peeking out. Might live. I hope it does. Moderate light and flow, stable parameters..
 
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Idk if you all can tell, but the tentacles are right there barely showing. What a cool coral.
 

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