Ok, I've to accept that there is nothing on god's green earth I can do to stand in the way of the algae, I've tried all the tricks but instead I just have to constantly hand trim or scrape it out. I'm sure I'm not the only one and I keep seeing photos of gorgeous reef tanks that I'm convinced you guys just photo shop. My question is how often do you guys blow off the build up from your Zoa colonies,GSP's things like that. My issue is that I take them out a peroxide them(they love it) but because that has been my solution they can get established and really spread. When I do try to glue them the algae starts taking over and it's impossible to remove it all while it's still in the tank. Please any suggestions would be great. Also until I can remove the mistake called an anemone will they kill them or just cause them to close up till the coast is clear?