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Old 12-20-2003, 05:13 PM   #1
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Cowfish and Macroalgae

Hello! I was wondering what kind of experiences people have had with cowfish and various macro algae. Mine gets quite a bit of dry sushinori sheets, but I wanted to have a supply of live maccroalgae for him as well. Are there any kinds they prefer or are better for them? I was looking at both halimeda and Chaetomorpha algae. Can I have both growing in the same tank if I keep them trimmed and at opposite ends of the tank? Any experiences or suggestions would be appreciated. TIA.
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