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Re: Marine Plants?
I believe that all of the species that you named are actually macroalgaes.
Indeed there are only a very few marine plants (i.e. they have specialized
structures, roots, etc. not like algeaes). Turtle grass and eel grass
are only two of a handful of marine plants. I at one time tried to get
ahold of this stuff when I worked at a pet store, but gave up after no
sucess for over a year. Possible collecting your own in Florida is
Marine algaes are beautiful and plentiful and would make a very
interesting tank, but are not plants, they are "lower" life forms.
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