Will this favia head make it?

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So i put a post about my dragon soul favia and its color
So now i guess the baby head under it got pushed off
It had this small head that had been growing on the outside of the rest of the colony on the skelton more in the sand odd spot anyways..
I found the baby head on the sand upside down and the mama was really puffy like most id ever seen
I dod just feed the corals.

My question is will this baby head live on this plug
I kept it same area it was. I will try feeding as it probably has not had much food. It was always covered i just assumed it merge with the rest one day.

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So i put a post about my dragon soul favia and its color
So now i guess the baby head under it got pushed off
It had this small head that had been growing on the outside of the rest of the colony on the skelton more in the sand odd spot anyways..
I found the baby head on the sand upside down and the mama was really puffy like most id ever seen
I dod just feed the corals.

My question is will this baby head live on this plug
I kept it same area it was. I will try feeding as it probably has not had much food. It was always covered i just assumed it merge with the rest one day.

20210111_142820.jpg
Did the polyp bail from the skelwton or does it have a skeleton? If it has a skeleton, I would say odds are good if properly cared for :).
 
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Here's the baby itself :)
Its already started to puff up
This all happened about 30 mins ago
Im also afraid i used to much glue lol i slipped and squeezed and bunch
 

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The coral has never been moved or anything and that little mouth had always been fine so idk maybe it had a bit of skelton i couldnt see
 
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Thanks everyone
Im gonna make sure it gets all the attention i can give
Small amount of food each daylr other day okay
Never really made a frag
I plan to cut some zoas now
 

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Thanks everyone
Im gonna make sure it gets all the attention i can give
Small amount of food each daylr other day okay
Never really made a frag
I plan to cut some zoas now
Small piece of mysis every few days would probably be more than enough for something that small.

Good luck and happy reefing!
 

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So i put a post about my dragon soul favia and its color
So now i guess the baby head under it got pushed off
It had this small head that had been growing on the outside of the rest of the colony on the skelton more in the sand odd spot anyways..
I found the baby head on the sand upside down and the mama was really puffy like most id ever seen
I dod just feed the corals.

My question is will this baby head live on this plug
I kept it same area it was. I will try feeding as it probably has not had much food. It was always covered i just assumed it merge with the rest one day.

20210111_142820.jpg
the chance to survive on the plug more than on the sand , very easy to get berried and die on the sand
 
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