The reef flux has completely eradicated my Bryopsis and most of my GHA. So that is great news. I can finally see my rocks again. The down side is, now I am seeing a ton of these little things. I first noticed them on my branching hammer because half of it was closed up. So I took it out and dipped it and got a better look. The pictures are post dip which is why it is completely closed. I didn’t think much of the hammer not looking happy at first because the angry half was splitting heads. Not sure now that it still isn’t happy after the split. None of my other corals seem to be having issues. Upon further inspection of the tank. These little things are very abundant. They are primarily in the lower part of my tank and in caves and on the bottom of over hangs. I don’t see any in the direct light at the top of the tank. I am thinking that maybe they are hydroids. To the naked eye they look like white fuzzy Pom poms. I got a couple blurry pics zoomed in. Thoughts?