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Old 09-06-2012, 08:03 PM   #1
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Toadstool leather frag?

The other day I noticed a small corner appeared to be hanging loose from the top of my leather coral. Tonight I saw it rolling around the bottom of the tank in the flow. The peice was smaller than a pencil eraser. Is it possible that it is propagating itself? Should I attach the small piece to some rubble? It looked to have a few polyps out when I caught the small piece. I have included a pic of the big one I case I'm wrong on the name....
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