Yes. Sorry for not explaining Fatz.
The toxins include gametes from the caulerpa being released into the water. Hence the "sexual" name. It usually irritates alot of corals and can affect water quality. Most of the time, major water changes are needed (like 80-90% daily for 2-3 days) depending on how bad the event is.
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