Red Grape Caulerpa Inhabits shady caves and crevices and found overhanging rocks in intertidal areas.
Sometimes called Red Grape Algae or simply Red Grape. Red Grape can be eaten by fish and invertebrates. Enjoys a low lighting. Slow grower.
|Maximum Size||4-8 inch plants|
|Water Condition||72-78 F, dkh 8-12, PH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025|
A beautiful, hardy, species that does very well in marine aquariums. A distinctive variety usually found in low-light habitats under reef ledges and deep water habitats.This red macro algae is often refereed to as Red Grape Kelp. It grows in long stands with air filled bubbles along its branches. Frags are 3-5".