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Old 09-06-2004, 04:50 PM   #1
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Caulerpa growing in between zoos

Some small rocks I received that had small buds of zooanthids, are doing well, however, I now have what looks like caulerpa macro algae growing in between individual zoos.

My first thought was a yellow tang would eat it all. But my tank is only a 55g and too small I think.

Any suggestions. Cutting it out worked for only a few days, it grows too fast.
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If you don't get anything to eat it, I guess all you can really do is keep pulling it out. Good luck and try not to let it spread to other areas.
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