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Is there a list somewhere of Brackish water plants?
I have looked all over and I know others have had to ask about this. Not sure if I am not looking on the right part of the site or there isn't one. Through research I have found that some options are java moss, anubias, and Java fern.
Can someone point me in the right direction?
here are some sources-
Starting a Brackish Aquarium, what you need and what you can keep.
Good luck. Remember, many plants will tolerate low salinity levels.. If this is regarding the GSP's in your other post, you have to be careful. At around 5 inches, GSPs have to be acclimated to full salinity to thrive..
there are many plants that can thrive in brackish water. melon sword, bannana plants,java ferns just to name few.
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