Actinobacteria are a type of Gram-positive bacteria that are critical to the soil systems of Earth, helping to decompose organic material so that their nutrients can be absorbed by new life. As such, Actinobacteria can be hugely helpful in setting up your ecosystem to support plants and other higher-order organisms.

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Phyla
Aquatic Micro-Organisms Archaea · Cyanobacteria · Diatom · Plankton
Algae Stonewort · Green Algae · Kelp · Seaweed
Aquatic Animals Coral · Crustacean · Fish · Mammal (Aquatic) · Reptile (Aquatic)
Terrestrial Micro-Organisms Actinobacteria · Lichen · Fungus · Protozoa
Plants Grass · Moss · Shrub · Tree
Terrestrial Animals Amphibian · Bird · Insect · Mammal (Terrestrial) · Reptile (Terrestrial)
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