Carpeting Halimeda (Halimeda Opuntia)is a calcified member of the popular Halimeda family, and is a green macroalgae. It gets its name from the thick carpeting growth pattern it features.
Caulerpa Mexicana is a prolific green macroalgae that looks great but can sometimes spread to quickly and overrun your tank without proper trimming.This species cannot be sent to California.
This is a shorter species of Codium, (Codium taylorii), that grows into a shrub like bush. The tops of the branches form what look like hammers. Another macro for the display tank.
This product is for flat branched species and variations of Gracilaria species. They tend to be forked, and grow in a ball like shape and stay manageable in size and growth rate.
This is a new species to us and the hobby, we believe it is a variation of Gracilaria or Agardheilla, but have not been able to confirm it's identity. The species lives alongside Ulva and Gracilaria species, and has similar requirements.
Halimeda Monile is a calcified member of the popular Halimeda family, and is a green macro algae. It can be used for filtration, but is best suited for the display tank because of its great potential in aquascaping.
Mermaids fan is a calcified member of the Udotea family, and is a green macroalgae. It can be used for filtration, but is best suited for the display tank because of its great potential in aquascaping.
Pencil Cap Algae, (Penicillus capitatus), is related to the popular Merman's shaving Brush, but is smaller. Growing to a size of about 4 inches, it is calcified and will not be eaten by fish or snails.
Gracilaria is a red branching macro algae with cylindrical shaped branches. It is easily cared for, doing well in low light. It can be served as a food to Tangs and other herbivorous fish.