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I bought this a month or so ago and I was surprised to notice today that it's already spreading over the rock. But... I can't remember its name at all. It easily identifiable I think, it's not something rare or unusual. And I think that it's probably a sps... It's not really green, more like turquoise.

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Exactly, a mr. Freeze lepto seems like it. Although I don't exactly remember the name Leptoseris. I have a Leptastrea and it's different, the Leptastrea seems to have bigger and more rounded mouths. This one grows much much faster as well.
 
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