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Old 02-26-2012, 02:30 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me if this looks normal, just noticed the green round things?

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Old 02-26-2012, 02:32 PM   #2
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Wow that's a LOT of bubble algae. And emerald crabs?
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Never mind. I looked on my laptop it's not bubble algae sorry.
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grape caulerpa
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Thank you, how do I get rid of it, my colt coral that is attached is now laying over
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Pull it out and throw it in your sump. It's a good algae.
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Pull it out and throw it in your sump. It's a good algae.
Is that why my colt coral is laying over?
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Edit. Probably is what's makin it lean over.
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Looks like it. Might be constricting it??? Try to gentle pull the algae away from them. Might need STERILE snippets to cut the algae away. Hard to see. Can you put up a few more pics in different angles?
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I pulled a bunch out of my starburst polyps. I wish I had known it was good algae at the time. I thought it was bubble algae. If it shows up again will it survive in the dark? My sump doesn't have a refrugium.
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