Separate acans?

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I bought this frag two months ago and it has four polyps on it with three different color morphs on it. The corals have not grown at all since I purchased it and I am wondering if I should separate the polyps and spread them out over the rock rather than leaving them connects to the drag plug.
 
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I bought this frag two months ago and it has four polyps on it with three different color morphs on it. The corals have not grown at all since I purchased it and I am wondering if I should separate the polyps and spread them out over the rock rather than leaving them connects to the drag plug.
I would leave them on the plug and give them some time. Acans are slow growers in my tank.
 

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