Help to identify black creature living inside favia

ewanho

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Please help to identify this black soft organism that is living in my favia;

about 1cm, retreats inside if you try to touch it with tongs or move the favia, like a bag; but doesnt protrude out the other side of the favia

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Please help to identify this black soft organism that is living in my favia;

about 1cm, retreats inside if you try to touch it with tongs or move the favia, like a bag; but doesnt protrude out the other side of the favia

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Google gall crab.
 

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Am i seeing a hole or elephant snail?

If Gall, this is what it looks like

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Please help to identify this black soft organism that is living in my favia;

about 1cm, retreats inside if you try to touch it with tongs or move the favia, like a bag; but doesnt protrude out the other side of the favia

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Going to say black tunicate. Like to hide in small gaps and crevices.
 

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