When I got this frag originally, it was a tiny piece with two mouths (often erroneously called eyes). It has grown over the years, but some sky blue still appears in part of the colony. Under intense light, the blue is more dominant. Chalice corals are very brittle, basically a potato chip with colored tissue on top. They grow and encrust over rockwork, and are easily fragged.
The center of every orange spot is a mouth.