*bows* Called it without the pic
Did you check out the link in my prior post? JenNKerry have had phenomenal success with this difficult animal (to the extent that Liquid life is supplying them with free food for research purposes).
If you look closely at each of your "flowers" you'll see that each flower has exactly 24 petals or tentacles coming off of it. The sister species Alveopora tends to maintain more of the "flower" shape and has 12 of those petals to each flower (the easier of the 2 animals to keep).
Good luck with it. Apparently it is possible to keep these, but you're going to have to work at it in order for it to survive. Yours looks great right now so I wouldn't change the position unless you find that it stops opening for more than a day or two or your polyp extension starts to diminish. If you start to notice less and less polyp extension that's your indicator that it is on the decline so pay close attention to that.
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