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I have a soft coral that I have asked literally every person I can, and nobody knows what it is. at night, this coral retracts in and looks like individual zoo polyps. When open, the "lashes" on the polyps are 2.5 inches long.

Someone at one point said a yellow stone polyp, well i have yellow stone polyps in my tank, and the lashes on these zoa type polyps are EASILY 3-4 times as long as my yellow stone polyps.

They are tannish brown in color
Anyone know what this is?

 

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Those are yellow stone polyps. I have those as well. The tentacles on there are 4 times as long. They aren't yellow either .
 

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Those are yellow stone polyps. I have those as well. The tentacles on there are 4 times as long. They aren't yellow either .
They can come in different colors from brown to yellow. What does the base of the coral look like. Are they connected via mat formation or are they individual corals. If they are individual, it could very well be yellow polyps, just brown in coloration. Could you get a better pic?
 
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