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Tufted Joint Algae
(Cymopolia barbata)
Starting at $16.99
Creating a thriving "planted marine aquarium" is finally possible thanks to new macro algae from LiveAquaria®. These stunningly vibrant and easy-to-care-for algae let you aquascape a nano system that's as beneficial as it is beautiful!Add a spray of green interest to your nano reef or marine…
Water Sprite
(Ceratopteris thalictroides)
Starting at $5.99
…The Water Sprite makes a great starter plant for the aquarist new to plant keeping. Propagation is by adventitious plants from the tips of the leaves. Because of this, they are extremely easy to reproduce. The Water Sprite is a favorite snack for many species of snails. To protect the plant and to…
Water Poppy
(Hydrocleys nymphoides)
Starting at $7.99
…the water's surface. The flowers bloom between June and August, though the plant thrives year-round in warmer climates. For optimal growth, the Water Poppy prefers rich soil in shallow waters of 6" or less, though most plants survive in water up to 12" deep. Even in warmer regions, this plant may…
Water Hyacinth
(Eichornia crassipes)
Starting at $2.99
…sign of insufficient nutrients in the water; move plants with yellowing leaving to an alternate area and add plant food to their water, rotating with plants left in the pond. A vigorous reproducer, it can quickly take over the water garden. Remove excess plants to help prevent this from happening.…
Banana Plant
(Nymphoides aquatica)
Starting at $2.89
…The Banana Plant should be provided with a minimum of 2 watts per gallon of light within the spectrum of 5000 to 7000K. The ideal water conditions for best results are a temperature of 68°-82°F, an alkalinity of 3 - 6 dKH and a pH of 6.0-7.2. Propagation occurs when adventitious plants are formed…
Myrio - Green
(Myriophyllum pinnatum)
Starting at $3.19
…This plant has a beautiful green coloration, and with its fine leaves is very delicate looking. These plants will grow very rapidly in the aquarium, and are amphibious, meaning they can grow partially above the water.The Myriophyllum pinnatum is a rapidly growing plant that is ideal for planting in…
Cryptocoryne
(Cryptocoryne wendtii)
Starting at $5.99
Water temperature should be between 75° and 82°F, with a dKH of 3-8 and a pH of 6.0 to 8.0.For best results, use Cryptocoryne as a solitary plant. They may also be planted in groups with good results. If planted in thick groups, all variations will grow taller and narrower. When planting in this…
Koi and Pond Fish Pack
(Carassius auratus)
Starting at $249.99
…rocks, and cold hardy water plants provides a great environment. Because these fish savor plant roots and will dig to get to them, be sure to place large rocks around the base of plants to protect them. It is crucial to provide adequate filtration to maintain proper water condition.Males are easily…
Green Scat
(Scatophagus argus)
Starting at $17.99
…Green Scat requires an aquarium of at least 125 gallons with plenty of plants and hiding places. They do best in brackish water with 3-4 teaspoons of salt per 2-1/2 gallons of water. It is important to choose live plants that thrive in brackish water.The Green Scat spawns in the saltwater of…
Japanese Trapdoor Snail (Pond)
(Viviparus malleattus)
Starting at $3.99
…the few varieties that can survive Northern winters. The Japanese Trapdoor Snail will keep your pond plants groomed with minimal damage to the plants. They also clean up the sides of ponds and water gardens, feeding on uneaten fish food and decaying debris on the pond floor. The Japanese Trapdoor…
Mosquito Fish
(Gambusia sp. aff. Affinis)
Starting at $1.49
…mosquitoes. Secondly, it helps keep your pond beautiful by feeding on algae and hatching insects that can damage pond plants and the overall aesthetics of your pond or water garden. Native to the backwaters and freshwater ponds of North and Central America, Gambusia sp. is related to the common…
Dwarf/Zebra Lionfish
(Dendrochirus zebra)
Starting at $19.99
…to its new environment. The top spines are venomous, causing reactions similar to a bee sting. To treat the sting, soak the affected area in hot water (100-110º F).When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. The Dwarf Lionfish diet…
Fan Dance Goby
(Stigmatogobius sadanundio)
Starting at $7.99
…will require plenty of plants and rocks. It can be kept in both fresh and brackish water, and tends to do better with some salt in the aquarium water. It is a shy fish that will appreciate both live and artificial plants that it will use for hiding. If live plants are to be used, choose a…
Assorted Koi - Domestic
(Cyprinus carpio)
Starting at $3.49
…fine gravel substrate, rocks, and hardy plants. Because these Koi savor plant roots and will dig to get to them, be sure to place large rocks around the base of plants to protect them. You will also need to provide adequate filtration to maintain proper water conditions.Males are easily identified…
Texas Cichlid
(Herichthys cynoguttatus)
Starting at $5.19
…them to hide among. The plants should be hardy as the Texas Cichlid will burrow around and attack them. The Texas Cichlid uses floating plants as a cover. The tank should be divided into territories using hardy plants, if possible. The Texas Cichlid is sensitive to old water and requires frequent…
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