Mushroom with Mesenterial Filaments out

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You still want to get those nutrients up, but it's good that the mushroom is recovered.

Just checking; you know all three of the corals you've listed are fast growers that can potentially be invasive, right? If you like 'em (and they are pretty) they're nice enough, but unless you want the entire tank full of 'em, make sure to isolate them to specific rocks.
 
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I know they are fast growing which is one of the reasons that I love them. I know it's not the most expensive or unique coral but I wasn't looking for that either haha. My idea is that at some point in the future my rock will be completely covered with the xenia and my back glass completely covered with GSP, looking forward to it haha :)
 
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Thanks! Today, something weird happened. The GSP did opened but the shroom started to show it's filaments again. I did changed the flow a little bit for about an hour in an attempt to make my GSP happier but then returned it to normal. Could that have been?
 

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Hi I had an orange spot Ricordia Yuma that killed some of my coral and while it was in my tank it moved to the top of my rock and settled in a euphylla that was doing well and had receded it was at home there but on its way it left many offspring unfortunately I lost the tank during a power outage in the winter of 2018.
 
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Sorry for the late reply, it's been a crazy few days haha.
Good news: everything's going back to normal, I have been ghost feeding daily and I hope to start seeing some nutrients in a few days. Also, all my corals now are opened and very happy :)

I'm sorry about your coral double monti 61. Those are a beautiful addition to any tank

I'll keep you posted on any change guys, thanks for all the help!!!!
 

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Those are not filaments nor Xenia but clove polyps. Can grow evasively but harmless
Just out of curiosity, what gives you the idea that those are cloves? Definitely looks like the same pink pulsing Xenia I see taking over just about every tank at the crappier LFS in my area lol
 

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Just out of curiosity, what gives you the idea that those are cloves? Definitely looks like the same pink pulsing Xenia I see taking over just about every tank at the crappier LFS in my area lol
Unless anthellia Xenia, the little frillier are representative of cloves.

cloves:
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