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Gorgonian frags are becoming popular in the saltwater hobby and a larger variety of species are available, now more than ever before. Since they are already secured to a plug Or Hang upside down, it good to add a new gorgonian to live rock which can prove challenging. Most species of gorgonians encrust onto frag plugs quickly, which makes them easier to place in your aquarium. Cultured gorgonian fragments tend to be smaller and have a better chance of survival even in nano aquariums. They are also economically priced, making it easier for hobbyists to try several different Sea Fans species instead of only keeping one large sea fan. We Offer a mix of photosynthetic and non-photosynthetic gorgonians. We Offer a single specimen mounted on a frag plug that are 3 to 8” Tall!

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Gorgonian frags (Sea Fan Coral) are becoming popular in the saltwater hobby and a larger variety of species are available, now more than ever before. Since they are already secured to a plug Or Hang upside down, it good to add a new gorgonian to live rock which can prove challenging. Most species of gorgonians encrust onto frag plugs quickly, which makes them easier to place in your aquarium. Cultured gorgonian fragments tend to be smaller and have a better chance of survival even in nano aquariums. They are also economically priced, making it easier for hobbyists to try several different Sea Fans species instead of only keeping one large sea fan. We Offer a mix of photosynthetic and non-photosynthetic gorgonians. We Offer a single specimen mounted on a frag plug that are 3 to 8” Tall!

Trending in Macro Algae (Caulerpa)

Beneficial and Beautiful Macro algae: Growing macro algae reduce the phosphates and nitrates from your tank, compete with nuisance algae and benefits overall water quality. macro algae actually use all of the toxins that we must watch so carefully in our aquariums. Ammonia, nitrites, nitrates and phosphates are used by algae as fertilizer and are removed from the water to make for happier fish. Care should be taken when using large quantities of algae for nutrient uptake. The algae will cause a large oxygen and PH swing at night because at night the plants actually use oxygen instead of producing it, thereby greatly decreasing the level of available oxygen for the fish in your tank. 24 hour lights over the algae or the use of additional aeration equipment are two methods that are commonly used to avoid this problem. Please also make sure to remove any dead or sick algae from your aquarium as soon as possible because the decaying algae is very harmful for your fish just like decaying food that is left uneaten.

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