Cryptonemia Crenulata is a very rare to find macroalgae, which is a shame as it is with its thick branches and its deep red colour a real eye catcher in the display tank. This macroalgae is non-invasive and grows quite slow, which makes it a great addition for Nano-Tanks, Seahorse Tanks and planted reef tanks.
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This macroalgae prefers low to medium light. Its deep red colour is best to reach with a lower lighting with a 6500k ( daylight ) light colour spectrum.
We haven't seen any interest in this algae whatsoever from any fishes or critters. So it can nice and slowly grow to become a centrepiece in your tank.
It will not attach itself, but it can easily be kept in place with some rubber band, superglue on rocks or similar.
Whitish parts of it should be removed as they are decomposing.
Like for most marine macroalgae a higher level of Nitrate and Phosphate, in addition to the supplement of Iron, Magnesium and Trace elements will improve the growth of this algae.
This macroalgae can be either placed in the Refugium where it would need an enclosed space or in the Reef Display Tank.
Our macroalgae are from fish free macro algae tanks, although we use pictures for demonstration purposes only which will include fishes, seahorses and or corals.
We do our best to quarantine, treat and remove any unwanted hitchhikers, parasites etc from our macro algae but we can not guarantee that the algae are completely free of anything unwanted, not limited to Copepods, Rotifers etc. This is simply because that sometimes eggs, spores, etc can remain viable but not visible and hitchhikers can still stay hidden, especially in dense algae structures, despite our strict quarantine efforts.
|Common Name||Red Ribbon|
|Food Value:||Not Palatable|
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All macro algae we sell will be normally heat sealed and wet wrapped when posted to you, protected in a small box which assures that it doesn't get damaged while in transit.
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|Charles on 05/07/2019|
Hi. I’m setting up a 200 litre tank currently to keep my erectus seahorses in. The base is approximately 2 foot by 2 foot. Please could you recommend some Macroalgae suitable for this tank, and how much you think I should buy. I’d love to say it’s going to be a low nutrient system, but realistically I always struggle with nitrates in my tank. I’d also prefer not to have Caulerpa, or anything in danger of going sexual if I don’t keep it trimmed.
What temperature are you looking for to keep the beautiful seahorses in?
We recently had another customer and I believe he was going to keep a temperature of around 21C.
When this is the temperature you are aiming it is a bit harder for macroalgae, as most thrive best in temperatures between 24-26C.
The best results from the feedback we have received are more slow growing algae species like Cryptonemia Crenulatahttps://www.livealgae.co.uk/
All are more hardie species, but not nearly as fast growing as a lot of Caulerpa species, therefore with no isk at all of them going sexual.
We have a new red bubble algae as well, but no experiences with lower temperatures yet.
I hope this helps.
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Beautiful algea. Some parts of it didnt survive all the way to Sweden but it was a good portion left after triming of the bad parts. Big bonus is that my tangs doesnt show any interest in it. Will order again!
Plant arrived in great conditions looking forward to buying more later. Thank
Good seller good communication and quick delivery +++++
Order arrived a bit later than expected but they messaged me about this.
The macro algae look well and are now hopefully doing well in my tank.