Hi all, nice to see ya again ;-) I have a few questions about this very attractive macro-algae, Caulerpa taxifolia. I grow this algae in my 58 liters (15 G) Nano Reef tank with corals; This set-up is approx 1 month old. I have read many sites claiming that this algae can negatively effect corals. Apparently it releases some sort of a toxin? Does anyone have a first hand experience with this issue ( Tom I hope )?? Many say that it is uneatable to predatory fish, but how come the Emperor Angel have eaten most of it at my Zoo Shops aquarium.? I really like this algae and would like to grow it. Of course one has to prune it often other wise it will be all around Does anyone know what is the best way, cut the rhizome or removing "leaves"? All info greatly appreciated. Kind regards, Dusko.