Sea Lettuce Aquacultured is a thin and flat green-colored algae that is best for keeping in the aquarium to feed herbivores and copepods. Sea Lettuce Aquacultured can tolerate a high circular flow without getting tumbled down and can tolerate ample exposure to low and very high light levels. Sea Lettuce Aquacultured can easily bear hypersalinity treatments in quarantine and best for reef aquariums. This Sea Lettuce Aquacultured is a favorite appetite stimulant for most of the herbivorous animals. Sea Lettuce Aquacultured proves fantastic for refugiums and prefers to live in nutrient-rich water. If the water is not rich in nutrient levels, then you can make use of iron supplements, which will help in the proper growth and survival of Sea Lettuce Aquacultured. But, precautions are mandatory while handling iron supplements in water. The appropriate water condition for the survival of Sea Lettuce Aquacultured is 72-78ø F temperature along with the pH level of 8.1-8.4. The care level of Sea Lettuce Aquacultured is neither very easy nor very difficult, so anyone can get it who wishes to keep it in the aquarium for the growth and continued good health of their marine species.