Ok...I've developed some green algae growth (which I've read is to be somewhat expected in a new tank). Tank has been cycled for about a week or so. I added a lawnmower blenny last Tuesday. He is fat and happy and munching away at the various rocks, but I don't see him keeping up with the "entire" tank.\n \nWhat are other "funtional" animals that will graze on the algae that is cropping up?\n \nOn the subject of the algae, I've had a reef aquarium before (albeit 14 years ago :) ) and I don't think any of what I have is "hair" algae...there are about 3-4 different types of algae present...I think I'll transfer one species that looks like an elongated fern to my refugium.\n \nI do have a handful of Chaeto in my refugium.\n \nI've added two corals so far...bought a nice large piece covered in zooanthids (flourescent orange and green polyps look very cool under the actinic only lighting). Also bought a smaller piece of open brain coral today (actually my 11yr old son picked that one out.\n \nAnyway, any general comments would be appreciated...there is one rock that I think I will flip over...but am wondering what other animals will help graze on this...do hermits and snails graze on algae?