Plant id/spot the blenny

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    tav397

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    But mainly plant id... It's been growing with seemingly increasing speed over the past few months and Internet searching isn't finding me an answer. Any ideas?
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    SarahSmile :)

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    Found him! Cute. But I have no idea about the plant. Just wanted to play spot the blenny.
     
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    Ted Living one day at a time

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    Kinda looks like a type of caulipara. Probably misspelled that. A macro algae that some people use in refugiums.
     
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    It's kinda unique because it's brown, so it's not a caupluara (sp?) but I'm not sure what it might be. You can check out reefcleaners.org and see if they are selling something that looks similar to it.
     
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    It could be some form of sargassum.
    But I do not see any of the bubble nodules in the picture though.
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    This was my first thought. It looks like sargassum seaweed.
     
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