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Brackish waters are dynamic environments where freshwater intermingles with seawater primarily in estuaries, backwater areas and mangrove forests. Brackish water has a salt content greater than freshwater but less than saltwater. There is a tremendously wide range of salinities, and this helps explain why brackish waterways are such diverse ecosystems. In addition to fascinating fish and invertebrates, brackish estuaries are replete with vibrant submerged and emergent vegetation.
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Important: Because of the potential hazards to the health of your fish and plants we do not recommend the use of salt in freshwater aquariums. The intent of this article is an objective look of the effects of salt and should only be viewed as a discussion about the topic. Freshwater Planted Aquariums: Fish, live plants, decorative wood and/or ceramics
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Our freshwater display tanks have a large selection of many different species from all over the world. With 2500 gallons of freshwater tanks we have the space to display a wide variety of common and rare fish. We also carry a large number of freshwater plants including Swords, lace plant, Anacharis, Crypto, Cabomba, and many grasses.You’ve put in the work and the time, and now your planted tank is thriving. The last thing you want to do is have all your hard work be destroyed by hungry fish. Many freshwater aquarium fish are omnivorous, eating a variety of foods, but some are herbivorous – this means that they feed primarily on plant matter. If you stock your planted tank with plant-eating fish, it’s like letting a kid loose in a candy store!That’s because the freshwater aquarium plants provide natural filtration for the water, help keep fish healthy, and can even help you breed your fish.Cultivating a thriving planted tank is no easy task. It takes a great deal of work to set up the tank and the tank equipment properly and then to get your plants to grow. Once you’ve done all that work you don’t want to choose the wrong fish and end up having them eat all of your plants. To avoid this tragedy, stock your planted tank with some of our picks for freshwater fish species.There are thousands of different species of aquarium fish out there, but not all of them are a good choice for plants tanks. Some species – like silver dollars, monos, and rainbowfish – are notorious plant-eaters. Below you will find a list of the top 5 freshwater fish species that will not destroy your planted tank:After selecting an aquarium of the appropriate size for the fish you will be placing in it, the next decision should be what type of freshwater aquarium gravel to place in the bottom of your tank.The majority of freshwater community aquarium fish have shown definite preference for live aquarium plants in countless scientific tests over the decades.The most important thing to do when choosing freshwater aquarium gravel for your tank is to research the habitat preferences and requirements of the fish you will be placing in the tank first. If your fish have no specific substrate needs, you can pick and choose based on your own preferences and set your tank up in a way that is completely pleasing to your eye without negatively affecting the fish.