interesting species of Caulerpa features long, stiff uprights
with finger-like clusters of notched blades. It is typically found
growing in sea grass beds or shallow water habitats to about 10
ft. This algae prefers sandy substrate, but will attach to rocks
and coral fragments.
This particular species is not as invasive as others and makes a
good addition to a mixed reef aquarium. You
will receive a specimen that is 12" in length with 5-6