Also posted on my build thread, I picked up my first corals in the form of a mixed rock from frost at the swap. Removed them from the original rock and glad I did as found a huge bristle worm and some other unknown possible pests. All had a coral Rx dip and at 24 hours majority of them are fully open. I did accidentally glue the face of a clump when it flipped and ended up in the glue. 1. Emerald green tips-darker tentacles, green disk, tan/cream with yellow/gold mouth? Center?Overall there's more of this one than all the others combined. 2. Lime green/yellow tips-lighter tentacles, red/orange disk, purple/blue/lavander with yellow/greenish center. Not a ton of these but second most overall, they look really cool under the bluer lights appearing yellow/bright red. 3. Brown/goldenish tentacles(longer), lavander purpleish pastel with lighter si liar colored center. These are the largest with longer tentacles maybe 8 total polyps. 4. Very similar to #3 but much smaller (maybe younger growth?) difference is powder blue mottled in the main colored area there is only four of these I can tell apart and they do stand out from the similar #3 both in size and color. 5. Almost exactly like #1 except center is entirely a metallic emerald green, seen two of these. now is it possible these still have some coloring up to do/adjusting? Or will they likely be individually like this? I was planning in a couple weeks provided I get the supplies, splitting/sorting them out onto their own rocks/plugs. anyone ever used slate for fragging? what I have is a food grade slate plate material from a restaurant I used to work in, took them home with intention of freshwater use but never really found a purpose. Made a perfect, likely temporary frag plate. thanks for any and all help, hopefully these pictures will look half decent and help with ID.