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Added by discountronaldo on May 12, 2017 at 11:10pm —
Added by Jay on April 5, 2016 at 4:54pm —
I have a full set up 125 with all live stock, stand, complete set up. I'm buying a new home & I don't have time for the hobby anymore, If anyone is interested let me know.
Added by Doel on September 6, 2015 at 11:18pm —
Now the tissue on my other SPS corals are showing signs of damage. How can I combat this? Any natural predators Someone please help
Added by Doel on November 12, 2014 at 7:29pm —
An aquarium needs regular maintenance for good hygiene and health. Testing the water is a key part of this regime, as pinpointing a raise in toxins or a deficiency of a particular element can help you avoid problems.
Test kits can work via test strips which are simply dipped into the water or via a colour changing system. To use a test strip, simply pop the strip in the water for a few seconds, and then compare it to the colour chart. Other types may need a little more work, such as… Continue
Added by timkav on November 12, 2014 at 3:27am —
Definition: The treatment of manure or sewage is a method of taking out waste water and contaminants that comprise run-offs, domestic manure and much more. It includes organic, chemical and substantial processes to get rid of organic, chemical and substantial contaminants. Its fundamental purpose is to build up liquid ravage stream that is environmentally secure, as well as a concrete squander that is suitable for reuse or removal. With the suitable technique, it is attainable to recycle the… Continue
Added by P Chokhavatia on November 6, 2014 at 4:51am —
Do these urchins produce asexually my urchin was spewing white stringy substance from the top of itself. Does anyone know? No other urchinsin the tank.
Added by Doel on October 1, 2014 at 6:35pm —
Setting up a new reef aquarium can be a tricky business, and just when you think it is all ship shape…you lose some of your fish. This is known as New Tank Syndrome (NTS) and can happen to even the most experienced aquarist.
The key reason for New Tank Syndrome is high ammonia levels which in turn raises the amount of nitrites. Both of which can poison fish and lead to high losses. High levels of ammonia deplete oxygen levels from the water which can suffocate fish.
Added by timkav on September 8, 2014 at 2:42am —
My xenia for some reason decided to grow yesterday and grew 2 inches and one tentacle got stuck to the filter intake, I got the tentickle free, what do I do now?
Added by Cesar Ramos on June 22, 2014 at 12:15pm —
How many snails should I put in my 15 gallon column tank?
Added by Cesar Ramos on June 22, 2014 at 12:47am —
I really need help identifying this rabbit fish I bought today. I bought it because it was on sale and the guy didn't know what it was exactly. He just said ordinary rabbit fish. When I saw it at the store, it was changing colors a lot. It went from dark red to brown to desert camo but it's natural color seemed to be plain silver. When it was in the bag it stayed dessert camo colored. After I brought I home and it got used to the tank, it has remained at a brownish whitish mixture. I can't find… Continue
Added by Carlson Moncrief on May 19, 2014 at 7:08pm —
I have a yellow tang and a sailfin that have been in my tank for about 10 months and I just put in a purple tang and the yellow tang is being a jerk they go at it. I killed the lights and have them seperated with eggcrate and they are not trying to go through it as much, I remove it a few hours at a time and they are doing better but I'm still worried, and I will trade out the yellow tang if it dosn't get better. Is there anything else I can try?
Added by Doel on May 19, 2014 at 5:15am —
Has anyone updated their Apex to the Fusion yet? If so please help me post a video or instructions please.
Added by Doel on March 25, 2014 at 8:39am —
Just wondering if most of you guys use a steralizer on your reef tanks. I currently running carbon & GFO and a skimmer with live rock in my sump with filter socks. I'm intrested in a steralizer for my system and I was just wanting some feedback or advise.
Added by Doel on March 20, 2014 at 5:19pm —
Does anyone know how to set up text & e mail notifications?
Added by Doel on March 16, 2014 at 11:39am —
CNN posted an article about Aquascaping, you can read it here:…
Added by Haloist on February 5, 2014 at 8:13pm —
Added by Stephen on January 15, 2014 at 8:45pm —
I have a Coral Beauty in my 125g.
I feed twice a day having 15 fish (mostly small 1-3 inch), 2 anemones, 1 pepermint shrimp, and a small compliment of snails.
My coral beauty will eat from my live rock, but never the coral.
Try feeding seaweed on a veggie clip, in addition to a meaty food such as
mysis shrimp ( place the frozen cube in a fine net such as a brine shrimp net, run it under tap water until thawed, then transfer thawed food into a cup filled with your aquarium… Continue
Added by Clarence Ford on November 6, 2013 at 7:03am —
With the latest release of Aquarium I.D. comes another plethora of livestock data (Fish, Corals and Inverts). If… Continue
Added by Greg Watkins on November 3, 2013 at 3:30pm —
Outstanding, the latest new release of the Aquarium I.D. app is now available! I’ll definitely be blogging about this one for sure very soon. Seriously, if you have not yet checked this app out, you really should. After all, it is free for the LITE version, and it is so much more than just an encyclopedia of beautiful pictures fish loaded with info on them. You… Continue
Added by Greg Watkins on October 30, 2013 at 1:00pm —