Honest Blogging about Aquarium Keeping.
To Quarantine or Not To Quarantine - that is the question. This topic comes about with confusion and complexity because many new hobbyists do not know how to quarantine fish. The video below discusses part 1 of my video series (stay tune for the next parts in the future!).Today's post is all about why we Quarantine and the various methods.
Unfortunately, dinoflagellates quickly become a nuisance in an aquarium environment.
Dinoflagellates quickly overrun the surface in your aquarium because there is no specific ecosystem for them to survive. Depending on the conditions, dinoflagellates can multiply up to a million cells in one milliliter of water in just a short period of time. The bigger the population, a higher chance that it will make the water toxic and can kill other life form inside your tank. So, it's important to control dinoflagellate population as early as possible before it occupies every space inside your aquarium.
Have you tried setting up a coral reef tank? Selecting your first corals can be overwhelming but there are certain important things to consider about this high maintenance hobby. Corals thrive best in larger reef tanks but they can also be kept in small aquariums.One of my most favorite items in the marine hobby is soft coral.