If this is aiptasia, I have a couple of questions

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This is white and every aiptasia picture I have seen makes them look brownish. Is it aiptasia? Either way, it will be gone in a few minutes.
I may have totally screwed myself if it is, because I was removing a bubble algae ball and this was hiding beneath it. I poked it hard with the pointy tool I was using before I saw it. Will it have squirted out "babies", or is it too small? It's tiny on this frag of daisy polyps.
 
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yep I'm not sure if it squeezed out other tiny aptaisia because they usually leave small pieces of their foot behind to grow into new ones. If it becomes a problem try something like aptasia x, or some other methods of getting rid of them.
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