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Old 05-22-2011, 09:33 PM   #1
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salt water plants?

are there any saltwater plants my lfs had his own personal cube filled with strands of seaweed that looked really cool could i do something like that? are there any other sw plants?
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Old 05-22-2011, 09:42 PM   #2
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Go to live aquaria.com and you can see some.Hope your name doesn't have anything to do with NC State.LOL
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i saw some cool stuff when i ordered my test kit i think I'm gonna order something il post here if i decide. and my name nope im from RI so i have no clue about anything from NC state lol
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this looks pretty cool i think id deff order this http://liveaquaria.com/product/prod_...78&pcatid=1478
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Reefcleaners has some awesome macroalgae. Really the closest you'll get to plants in SW. Ferned Caulerpa actually eats up nitrates and looks great; however, many people will tell you not to get it because of its rapid growth. Guessing this is for your 10 gallon tank, I don't see a problem because if it does get demanding your tanks small enough to remove it without any problems. Im purchasing some for my dwarf seahorse tank.
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thanks Dylan n your right my nano is my only sw tank so far this sea lettuce looks really cool
http://liveaquaria.com/product/prod_...98&pcatid=2598
both plants export phos and trate i like the look of the shavin bush plant and this lettuce would be good for my inverts
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ReefCleaners.org | Clean Up Crews and Macro Algae - Plants/Macroalgae
Some great choices for a great price.
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The fire fern is nice and resembles coral.
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really like this
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The fire fern is nice and resembles coral.
i like that one im not sure how many or wich to get i dont want to overrun the tankk because i also want corals
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