I am sure everyone is tired of reading about my algae, but after the bubble alage takeover I had previously, I don't like to let things just happen unless i know it won't be some type of hostile takeover. So I have tried researching to find out what it is that i am battling currently and have come up with green cyano or dinoflagellates. I know the dino is supposedly rare to have an outbreak of but i need to make sure i don't have one. What I am looking at is green slime, it is somewhat transparent so i can see the rock underneath it but no bubbles are accumulating on it like it did when I had the Cyano cycling through, which makes me unsure if it is the green slime algae. It is only in pretty small patches right now and seems to spread pretty slowly and I wouldn't be too concerned with it if it wasn't enveloping some of my zoas to the point where they won't/can't open. It is covering the stalks of one of my Candy Cane corals but stops right where the polyp starts and it is near some mushrooms i have but they seem to be keeping it at bay. So i am wondering if there is a good way I can find out which one of these it could be or if someone has any other ideas on what it could be I will research those as well. It is growing in lower flow areas and seems to not be in areas of higher flow. Tank is 6 months old. Just finished cycling through Cyano about a month ago. 4 t5ho ATI bulbs about 1 month old. Ammonia 0 nitrite 0 nitrate 0 phos 0 ph 8.3 temp ~78 salinity 1.023 I can get a picture posted tomorrow if anyone thinks seeing it would help and if any other. if any other info about my tank is needed let me know and I can post that as well. Thank you in advance.