Green bubble coral has brown threads on skeleton

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This is my first time posting on here, my tank has been running for about 2 months now, I have a green bubble coral that seems to be doing well overall, but it has a part on the skeleton where there are brown threadlike strands coming off of it. Could this be damage from initially placing it in the tank? Also will it eventually heal/go away?
 
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Coral looks pretty good for a 2 month old aquarium! What are your saltwater parameters?

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Thank you everyone! It is more hairlike I would say, I accidentally posted twice so I’ll have to go look at the other post as well, but I tested my water a week ago at a local fish store and they said everything looked great and nothing to worry about there. It does look like hair algae, but it has been on there for a few weeks now and made me a bit concerned.
 
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This is my first time posting on here, my tank has been running for about 2 months now, I have a green bubble coral that seems to be doing well overall, but it has a part on the skeleton where there are brown threadlike strands coming off of it. Could this be damage from initially placing it in the tank? Also will it eventually heal/go away?
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For your question you better off posting in th LPS forum together with a picture

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