Macroalgae for Nutrient Export
Our medium thick Chaeto / Chaetomorpha algae species offers the fastest growth rate and is a perfect choice to lower nitrate and phosphate levels in the marine aquarium. As it grows much faster than the thick Chaetomorpha which we offer too it will need a minimum nitrate level of 2-3 ppm, otherwise it may starve and struggle. We have a palatable Chaeto...
Gracilaria Tikvahiae - Mocha Ogo is a great algae for every marine aquarium, especially when it inhabits herbivore Fish & Seahorses. This macroalgae grows faster than most other Gracilaria species and offers not just a beautiful look,colour and structure but also a great food source for Tang, Foxface and co. plus natural holdfast for Seahorses. This...
The Caulerpa Serrulata marine macroalgae species has small branched uprights with a series of flat serrated blades. It is a great alternative to some other Caulerpa species which can go sexual as it is a very hardie caulerpa marine algae . A great choice for the nutrients export.
Ulva Lactuca or often called Sea Lettuce is a very palatable macroalgae which makes it a great natural food source for herbivore fishes like Tang & Foxface. With its thin leaves in different green shades it will look just amazing in any reef tank whilst offering a natural grow place for copepods and rotifers. Use with caution in oral reef tanks. Not for...
Chaetomorpha or often just called Chaeto algae is a perfect nutrients export marine macro algae species. Often placed in the the refugium it the most popular macroalgae used for nutrients export, as it is a non-invasive and fast-growing macroalgae, which is very easy to care for. This Chaeto algae species is not palatable, but the main purpose it does...
Gracilaria Tikvahiae - Green Ogo adds a bright to dark green colour to the marine aquarium and grows in small bush like patterns. It is a beautiful macroalgae for the Display Tank & Refugium. This macroalgae grows faster than most other Gracilaria species and offers not just a beautiful look and colour but also is a great food source for herbivore...