Having a pet is one of the best things, especially if that pet is a fish. These creatures are silent, beautiful, and some of them are great for pest control. Although it might seem like fish are easy to care for, there are a lot of species
Algae scrubbers are finally starting to pick up mainstream acceptance in the Reefkeeping community! As someone who has advocated, for many years it great to see them more widely accepted. There is still a lot of skepticism in the industry though and many store still push other products and solution. I created this article below so you can see the differences between an Algae Scrubber (AKA Algae Turf Scrubber) and other solutions like there. Let's get started.
This is a list of 55 words of wisdom I have been thinking about for some time. Each one of these things can be a post on its own but I feel placing these all on a single post is a great reference to anyone starting out the hobby or wants reminders on general advice on reefing.
The Royal Gramma has been a mainstay in many reef tanks for many years. Its scientific name is Grammaloreto and it hails from the Caribbean. This fish really packs it all. They are work in most aquariums due to their compact size, they are very hardy, and generally very peaceful.
Saltwater fish are beautiful fish. A number of us get into the hobby loving the site of these fish in public aquariums or seeing a friend's aquarium. We have compiled a list of the 10 most beautiful fish for saltwater aquariums.
Today's post is about Algae eaters for your saltwater tank. Before we get into our list of 5 best, I want to talk about the 3 key steps in implementing an algae control system. When most people have an outbreak, the first thing one might do is buy livestock to fix the issue. However, livestock is not the fix, but actually the control. Livestock controls algae and prevention measures fix outbreaks. Knowing prevention, the types of algae, and how to combat them will ensure that you implement the right algae control measures in your tank
Fish tanks are expensive. It can be very discouraging for a newcomer wants to get involved in something like a saltwater tank and then finds out how expensive the hobby is to get started. Is there such thing as cheap fish tanks? There definitely is if you know where to look and are patient to wait for good deal.
When it comes to beauty and exotic fish, many hobbyists point to saltwater fish. However, there are a variety of exotic freshwater fish available in the hobby today. If you are looking for one of a kind exotic freshwater fish with unique features or incredible colors, then keep on reading.
For someone who is a seasoned hobbyist, a nano reef tank offers a challenge with great rewards for either home or office. For a new hobbyist, a nano reef tank offers an entry into the wonderful hobby of reef aquarium keeping for those who take the proper steps.
Damselfish get a really bad rap in the reef-keeping hobby, however, there are sane ones that exist that have that trademark damsel blue. In this post, I discuss less aggressive Damelfish and how to introduce them to your tank.
Aquarium hobbyist clubs and societies can provide incredible learning experiences with the vast number of hobbyist veterans willing to help you out. Since many of these clubs do not market themselves, we have provided a list so that you can find the closest one to you.