Dead GSP?

jcabral125

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Hey everyone I have a question in regards to my GSP. I’m not sure if it is dead or not or has some disease. It closed up for a bit but then the lower polyps began to grow so I’m not sure if I should just leave it alone or do any preventive measures on the white part. I have another coral in my tank as well and that one is thriving so I’m not sure why this is happening.

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