Does anyone know what this is

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    Jhonathan

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    its growing on one of my rubble rock in my refugium
     

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    Any help will be appreciated
     
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    looks like some kind of polyp. could also be a type of macro algae. does it put out tenticles. if it isn't hurting anything just let it grow and see what happens
     
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    Red bubble algae maybe ??? I googled it and the pics sort of look like yours a bit .... image.png
     
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    It does look like that is that bad
     
    Jhonathan, Jan 30, 2016
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    It looks like a piece of Kelp.
     
    mark r ramsey, Feb 4, 2016
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    I think it was red bubble algee so I threw the rock away that had it. Didn't want to take any chances. Thank you everyone.
     
    Jhonathan, Feb 5, 2016
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