Coral ID?

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My LFS gave me this dying frag about a month ago, this polyp was a tiny spec of red and now it’s grown, it’s part of a larger dead section seen to the left and above it. I’m looking for an ID. During the day it opens more out and looks like a flat red disc w this green center. There’s another very tiny polyp started but I couldn’t get a good image of it. I see no visible movement on the polyp and no tentacles ever come out that I’ve seen. Any ideas?
 
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+1 blasto just shooting from the hip. but hard to tell if it’s in recovery it won’t be super “meaty”.
This is about 75% larger than it was when it came home. I think it’s recovering well! It was going in the trash if I didn’t take it; it seems to like my tank
 

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