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  1. Bortacladia

    According to Russ Kronwetter, Red Grapes are collected between 60’-120’ of water. When I get it from Divers it is a dark maroon color. All to often, it is put under reef lighting conditions where it fades in color, loses its flotation berries and disappears. Red Grapes can grow in brighter light. I have had several tanks in which red grapes went sexual. The next year Red Grapes were coming up everywhere, including high light areas. https://www.marineplantbook.com/marinebookbotryo.htm