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Common Problems - Click here to identify
some common problems in reef aquariums.
This section will cover water chemistry as well
I am looking for any general reef keeping info
and pictures that you have. I will credit the
info to you and post a bio for all submissions.
If you have anything that would be good on
this page, contact me!
Got aiptasia? It can be hard to
remove, but if you are ready to really
go after them click on the video!
Ever have an overflow in your reef
ready tank due to a clogged drain
pipe? Never again!
Acclimation Made Easy
Acclimation of new livestock is one of my least
favorite tasks. I rarely add any new specimens to
my system but when I do, I dread the task of
easing them into their new environment. I would
rather just dump them in, and that's the worst
thing you can do! This all goes...
Raising Anemones For Fun And Profit
Possibly the most recognizable invertebrate in
the marine world is the anemone. This is
probably due to its symbiotic relationship with
the most famous marine fish...
Saltwater Basics, How Your Hydrometer
More than 70% of the Earths surface is covered
with it. You are literally filled with it. It is what you
should be drinking instead of all that beer. It is
the only substance...
How Your Toilet Could Help Your Fish
Well, spring is here and we are all outside
again. Many of you are like me and can't wait to
get your feet wet in some of our local streams
and ponds, maybe even the river...
Maintaining Substrate in the Marine
Choosing a substrate can be a daunting task, but
maintaining it can be just as difficult if you don't
know how. Here are a few simple tips and tricks
that will help you maintain your substrate...
Choosing Substrate for the Marine
Substrate in the aquarium serves two main
purposes. First, it is aesthetically pleasing. That is
to say that hobbyists will add different types of
substrate to their display tanks...