Macroalagae

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Just wondering if anyone has any macroalgae trimmings going spare and would be willing to post?
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Reply #1

After the same if you have had any luck? I have a pipefish tank so looking to make it a more natural environment for them.


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Reply #2

What species are you after?
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I’m not fussy except maybe sawblade caulerpa as it takes over the live rock.
It’s for a nano tank. A mixture of colours would be ace. Most online stores seem to be out of stock.


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Sawblade really isn’t that bad…

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  • Caulerpa Serrulata (could spare some)

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  • Caulerpa Prolifera (could spare some)

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  • Cladophora Prolifera

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  • Caulerpa Taxifolia (could spare some)

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  • Caulerpa peltata dwarf racemosa (could spare some)

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  • Caulerpa brachypus

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  • Halymenia Maculata (could spare some)

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  • Halimeda

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  • Gracilaria Mammillaris (could spare some)

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  • Gracilaria Tikvahiae (could spare some)

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  • Botryocladia

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  • Cryptonemia Crenulata (can definately spare some)
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Let me know if you want any of the above @DUSTYBOY272
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@ScapeEasy
Have messaged as definitely do


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Reply #7

@ScapeEasy do you perhaps have any more cuttings? Wanting to add some to the Lionfish Lair for some texture and movement

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