Named for their tendency to become encrusted with calcium carbonate, stoneworts are a type of freshwater green algae in the taxonomic order Charales. They are particularly hardy organisms in low to medium nutrient-rich water, but often die in water that is insufficiently oxygenated.
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- In real life, Stonewort is the common name for Charales, which is not a phylum, but an order, two levels beneath.
|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)|