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Saltwater Invertebrates

Do you need stunningly beautiful sea creatures to complement your salt water aquarium? Reefs2Go brings the fascination of the ocean right to your door. We offer strictly top of the line saltwater inverts that are compatible with a wide variety of gorgeous saltwater fish. Whether you're looking for saltwater starfish, anemones, crabs, snails, sponge, shrimp, or anything else, we have it all!

Saltwater Invertebrates are the ultimate in style and elegance for aquariums of any size. They are known for their dazzling colors, distinctive markings, and hypnotizing movements. Since they require more care than fresh water fish, only an elite group of aquarium owners purchase saltwater inverts; but those who do couldn't be more proud! Since only saltwater aquariums can sustain marine life, colorful saltwater invertebrates make the distinction between your saltwater aquarium and a freshwater tank.

Why Experts Swear by Saltwater Invertebrates

Saltwater fish, also known as marine life, thrive in an environment of sponge, invertebrates, and living rock. These organisms brighten your mini-ecosystem not only with their color, but with their life-sustaining metabolic processes. For this reason, many of the world's best aquarists swear by these animals to provide important pieces to the overall ecosystem puzzle.

Why Saltwater Inverts Need More Love

As opposed to the ever-changing environments of natural fresh water streams, rivers, and lakes, saltwater invertebrates come from the ocean, where environments are relatively stable. Although saltwater fish take a little extra love to maintain, their beauty more than makes up for it.

Tips for your Saltwater Invertebrates

Saltwater Shrimp
>When purchasing shrimp, keep in mind that they should be kept in small groups (3-4), as this makes them more social and more likely to come out often.
>Most shrimp are bottom-feeders and don't usually need to be fed overtly. They usually eat food dropped by other fish. If your fish consume most of the food before it makes it to the bottom of the tank, then some extra food should be given to the shrimp after the fish have been fed. A good time to feed shrimp is at night, since most are nocturnal.

Saltwater Crabs
>If you are interested in the gorgeous Anemone Crab, keep in mind that they need an Anemone to feel comfortable. They usually live in these anemone.
>Crabs are usually omnivores and readily accept the same foods as your fish. Like shrimp, crabs can only eat food which has made it to the bottom of the tank. Thus, ensure some food is in reach of your crabs.
>Saltwater Crabs usually outgrow their shell after a little while. Provide them with a few larger shells, since they like to try different ones on before choosing the right one.

Saltwater Starfish Starfish are great for both experts and beginners. They are hardy and take a little less care than other marine life.

Other Tips for your Saltwater Aquarium

>Lighting: Not only used to illuminate the beauty of your ecosystem, but to preserve the health of aquatic life in saltwater aquariums. If you plan on purchasing saltwater inverts, we suggest very intense full spectrum lighting, augmented with actinic blue.
>Keep your Alkalinity stable: The alkalinity of a saltwater aquarium is important for long term sustainability. Without good alkalinity levels, the pH of the tank will drop over time and endanger the lives of your marine life. The alkalinity of a saltwater tank should be around 2.5 to 3.5 meq/l.
>Invertebrates can be your water quality alert team. They will be the first to let you know if your water quality is sub par, including the water's pH.

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