Component A is designed to correct minor deficiencies of strontium and barium in marine aquariums. The unique formula was created based on the same strontium and barium ratio as natural seawater. read more ››
Component B is designed for complementing minor deficiencies of heavy metals in a marine aquarium. Contains: cobalt, copper, chrome, manganese, vanadium, zinc, nickel, iron. Skimmer and filtration read more ››
The Component Strong Kit includes supplements that will replenish all microelements needed for coral growth and coloration. Each component can be mixed with other liquid additives for easy balanced read more ››
AquaForest Fluorine containc highly concentrated fluoride. Fluorine is one of the main micronutrients contained in seawater. Fluorine participates in the calcification process and supports skeletal read more ››
Supplement containing highly concentrated iron. Iron is an important micronutrient absorbed by corals and sea anemones. Iron plays an important role in the process of photosynthesis, therefore its read more ››
Coral Colors A Supplement, an Iodine/Halogen complex, is part of the complete range of complementary major, minor and trace element complexes which together provide the needs of corals and helps read more ››
Reef Colors C Supplement is part of the complete range of complementary major, minor, and trace element complexes which together provide the needs of corals. It contains Iron, Manganese and other read more ››
Independent studies show that some trace elements accumulate in home aquariums to potentially toxic levels. Two Little Fishies Sea Elements avoids contributing to this problem by including only those read more ››
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