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So, day 5 of having a new and gorgeous wellsophyllia from my lfs, first day of acclimation, behaving as usual in terms of opening up (in that it didn't really), second day, ballooned to full size that I saw at lfs, was happy with health, following days up until now, not open much at all. Tonight I noticed it spitting out of one of its mouths, not long brown stuff, but more like a cloud of stringy brown stuff (that some of my fish tried to eat for a second). While spitting it out I also noticed just barely coming out of the mouth little white coils or squiggly fibers that I assume went back in. It's done now but a little bit of the brown stuff is just kind of sitting in the mouth as though it didn't quite get all of it out. Also after this in relation to the sizes I was mentioning before, it has now shrunken down to its smallest size I've seen it, almost down to when I first put it in. So, is this just poop/the transition phase for its new home or should I be worrying? All my other corals are doing fine btw, including the trachyphyllia I got on the same day from the same place and is sitting right next to it.