New to hobby - Coral hitchhikers

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Hi Everyone,

We are still fairly new to the hobby and are not quite sure what these circled hitchhikers are. Also would love some advice on the best way to get rid of them if need be. Thanks in advance for your help!

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Did you dip them in a quality coral dip? I use ReVive for my own dip, but there are other good ones available.

No idea what your hitchhikers are unfortunately, I can zoom in the pics enough to get a good idea.
I will try to post closer pictures. We dip all our corals in Coral Rx and we are doing that as we speak. Pictures were pre-dipping.
 
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