I have been noticing some tiny things, about 3 - 4 mm wide, fluorescing on the bottom of my tank, near some green ricordea, and thought maybe they were baby ricordea. They were lumpy looking like a ricordea. The color was the same, and I thought, well if they siphon out maybe they are something else because those ricordea stick to everything. I was siphoning out detritus today and looked in the bucket, and lo and behold there were about 20 of them on the bottom of my bucket, but each one is now only about 1 mm wide. Evidently some that I had been seeing were entire groups of them in the same spot. They appear to be too small to be euphilia tips, but the color matches. One of the things in the pic sort of resembles a very tiny hammer coral tip, but it was very tiny. I don't have any fish that like to nibble on corals (at least that I've ever observed, or any types that are notorious for coral munching). They are brighter in person than what the pictures show. I thought they might be: a) Ricordea juvenile polyps that had not yet attached to anything? b) bits and pieces of ricordea that a crab or something has been decapitating? c) bits and pieces of euphilia that a crab or something has been decapitating? d) tiny euphilia buds that detached to find a new home? e) something else? Has anyone else seen this? Should I gather these up and do something in particular with them? Are they just dying pieces of tentacles? For the time being they are in the bucket awaiting a verdict. Thanks!