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Calcium is required by coralline algae, invertebrates and corals for growth. The calcium level on most reef environments is around 400-420 ppm. You should aim to keep calcium at this level if you want to keep corals, clams and other invertebrates growing healthily.

While marine fishes are adapted to live at this calcium level, they show few problems when kept at levels slightly higher or lower than normal.

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