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    Posted: March 02 2018 at 9:03pm
So I was inspecting my tank the other day and came across something new. Then today I found another. One is about 1/2" the other 1/4" after doing some searching I am pretty sure they are Pseudocorynactis, or White Ball Corallimorph. There seam to be mixed reviews whether they are ok to have in a tank or not. So just looking for opinions on here, and if they are bad, how to elimate them. Here is a picture. (Not my tank, but same thing)
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 I have had these before I could probably find one or two of them in my tank right now.  They never really got out of hand.  I would say that there were never more than 2 or so per rock. That is my experience. If you don't want them I would just cover them some epoxy. I have never seen one with orange bulbs. They have always been white like the one in your picture. 
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