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Get some emerald crabs from ReefTopia. Make sure that your export matches your import and that your N and P are not climbing. Remove some by hand if you can. Get an urchin or two if your tank has other types of soft algae - these will eat coralline once the soft algae is gone so some people hate them (the ones without coralline) and some people love them (the ones with coralline).
 

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If you have the room for a naso they love valonia. Every one I've ever had preferred it over almost any othe food, fresh or frozen.
 

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My Naso loves it. I’ve moved some rocks and he swooped in and ate it all. Didn’t even wait for my hand to come out of the tank.
 

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Widespread or acute? I get a spot once in a while, and I remove the piece it’s on, peel it off, scrub it, rinse it with tank water, and put it back in. Never spreads that way.
 
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