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Hi bro Truepercula and bro JMW, thanks for the tips. i tried messing around with it as suggested... it doesn't really feel slimy and it's doesn't "rub off" after i rubbed it with my finger. So does that means it's confirmed coralline? Or maybe its something else lol PS: I confirmed kena cyano on my sand, brown slimy and stringy stuff all over. I think the light from my makeshift refugium is escaping and helping these buggers grow. Lucky my hermit seems to be sifting the sand a bit.