Need help identifying a few frags

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    The picture is bad. This guy is a bright neon green.
     

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    Thanks for your help
     

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    It looks like hydnophora to me.
     
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    BigH55 I'm that guy

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    That it is and it will sting the hell out of anything it can touch
     
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    Picture 1 or 2 ?
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Picture 1 is a hydnophora. I'm not sure about 2. Cat's paw?
     
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    I still cant find anything on it. I do have a Monti Cap that has the same type of tissue and polyps. So, maybe its a Monti digi??
     

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