Was looking up the exact spelling on this, then stumbled across this article which I found to be interesting and thought I would share.
I actually like my Cladophora in my shrimp tanks and had to remove some last week which got me thinking about it more.
Like the Marimo Moss balls and so on.
I think that it shows how the Moss balls, the preferred Clado in the planted tank, is very beneficial to tiny fry and little newly hatched shrimp.
Cladophora algae: Too much of a good thing? | USGS Great Lakes Science
Also as a side, it was mentioned by Jarrod in a thread about the Walstead book mentions that Algae can grow in .03 Phosphate but not .02 ppm
Surprising things I learned.
Thoughts about algae anyone? lol