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Old 05-12-2005, 10:17 PM   #1
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caulerpa in sump

To have caulerpa in the sump it should have substrate right? or is it something else? maybe a ittle piece of live rock too?
I converted my ecosystem (as many of you know) into a sump, the middle part is only about 8" deep and it runs around 700 gph for my 55 gal tank. I have no animals since tomorrow I'm supposed to receive my live rock shipment and cure it in the tank.

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As long as it has something to attach itself onto it will be fine.
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