Saltwater Plants?


There are quite a few plants that live and thrive in saltwater. Just like in freshwater environments, plants are necessary for live in saltwater environments. Some examples of saltwater plants are: Halimeda plant, Lettuce Algae, Maiden's Hair Algae, Ogo Algae, Red Grape Algae, and Spaghetti Algae. These types of algae and plant life help to clean a saltwater environment clean, and also help to feed some of the animal life. These plants are commonly used in saltwater aquariums.
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Saltwater plants have many uses in a reef tank. Besides adding character to an aquarium, they also purify the ecosystem and make the tank healthier by creating a natural source of filtration.... More »
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