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some caulerpa is nice and red macro looks good - watch out for the caulerpa going sexual
it can be difficult and frustrating to attatch algae to anything without it blowing away and never being found again... try weights or rubber bands but remember the octo may move them and if the are not secured they will get lost under the rock