Need help Identifying this

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I need some help identifying this. I have found it on two separate live rock so far in my tank and I have no idea what it is. Praying it is not bad.

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Not necessarily! A big percentage of nudibranchs are coral predators. If it's a FOWLR...no problem.
For sure. I do have a FOWLR. I had a couple our nudibranchs about 6 months ago, but thought they were eaten by my puffer as I have not seen them in 5 months. I do have a large sea hare, could it have laid eggs unfertilized? and of course many snails... I have seen this on 2 or three different LR areas.
 

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