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Thanks Tony.

By the way, the Science Channel is running a program right now called "Killer Algae" and it is about Caulerpa Taxifolia which is Feather Caulerpa. Very interesting indeed.
I saw some of it.The one area in the bay they think it started from someone cleaning their aquarium out and washed it down a storm drain.!OK who did it!Not me don't live near where it happened!
 

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Yes George, they showed entire regions of the meditteranean sea that are overrun with it and it has choked out almost all of the other life. There is one nudibranch that eats it, but they are not sure what other damage that nudi may cause. They are thinking about dumping 1,000 of them in to see what happens.

Thanks you Mr. Peanut. :)
 

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It looks like those zoa frags are outgrowing the make-shift underwater countertop that you have it on.

Being relatively close, maybe I should take a few of those (especially the blue ones) off of your hands so that you can continue your propagation!!

I can only hope that my primary tank can look as good as your secondary one.
 
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