So I was up early this morning to try and catch a glimpse of the eclipse. Cloudy skies ruined it for me . So while I was up I decided to scan the tank using my small maglite. I saw what appears to be a gall crab,from what I've researched, in the corner of elegance bored between the flesh and skeleton. The coral was completely shut as it often is at different times in the night. I've had this coral for just over a month now and it's been fine. There wasn't any tissue damage in the area of the crabs burrow. I think it's been there all along as I noticed the hole when I first got the coral,just never thought anything of it since it looked fine and I saw movement last night. I'm going to have a go at manual extraction tonight when the corals closed with tweezers. Just wondering if anyone knew of another way? I'm kinda scared to go digging in there and hurting the coral but I don't want to leave that thing in there.