Found this on my Euphyllia, Good or Bad?

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So I was cleaning my tank today and noticed this thing on the side of my torch. I have no idea what it is, good or bad. Is it some sort of pest, or another head of the coral forming? Whatever it is, it is sensitive to turbulence. I blew a little water onto it and you can see it clearly retracts into itself and remerges shortly afterwards. Please, could someone help me ID whatever this is?
 

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So I was cleaning my tank today and noticed this thing on the side of my torch. I have no idea what it is, good or bad. Is it some sort of pest, or another head of the coral forming? Whatever it is, it is sensitive to turbulence. I blew a little water onto it and you can see it clearly retracts into itself and remerges shortly afterwards. Please, could someone help me ID whatever this is?
That's crazy! And not all that shy!
 

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