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Oysters require a very "pure" water conditions; this is not the organism of choice for those who tend to be a little lazy to clean their tanks, such as oysters will not last long if the water they become filled with garbage. Fortunately, oysters are also filter the water, so that it can balance itself. They also have special dietary needs will not be filled with generic foods people eat to much salt water. They will need a special organic food specially designed for filter feeders that can be inserted with a pipette upstream of the shells. Each oyster will need to be fed individually, so unless an aquarium owners find themselves with a lot of time on their hands might be wise to keep their aquarium oyster populations to a minimum. These invertebrates also require nutritional supplementation with phytoplankton, some microscopic plankton floating in the water.
Some types of oysters have been shown to have a better chance of survival in captivity than others. Beginners would be wise to look into this breed to start with, move to a more delicate oysters as they become more comfortable with their needs. Common aquarium oysters oysters oysters spiked and barbed; strange names, but accurate for the beautiful creatures and unique.
Oysters are demanding but beautiful addition to any home aquarium, for more information on introducing oysters to consumers home aquarium should talk to retailers who sell them. Remember, no detail too small when trying to retrieve an organism from the natural environment and watch it grow.
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