All Up and Running, What Now?

All Up and Running, What Now?

Well, the first answer is ‘Well done’ and ‘Enjoy’. Though the aquarist will view the new aquarium as terrific, it will not be at its best for a while, maybe a year, perhaps more. If a reef aquarium, the corals have to settle. Also the fish have to become accustomed

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Marine Aquarium Seawater – Start Clean

Marine Aquarium Seawater – Start Clean

The marine aquarium, be it fish only or reef, needs quality seawater for health. Quality seawater is the number one on the list of requirements for success. This is more easily achieved nowadays. First of all, the aquarist will usually obtain sea salt, online or from the local dealer. This

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External Heat And The Marine Aquarium

External Heat And The Marine Aquarium

Heat has an effect on all organisms including humans. Of course marine aquariums don’t have to be tropical, there are cold water seas as well. However, a guess suggests that most aquariums kept are tropical, fish only or reef. All aquariums, tropical or cold water, can be hit by heat

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Oh, Not Another Problem – Sailors Eyeballs

Oh, Not Another Problem – Sailors Eyeballs

  Marine aquarists meet some problems along the way, some are more difficult to deal with, for example Aiptasia anemones often called glass anemones. Then there are the annoying problems such as the yukky algae (technical description that!) which is often caused by under-par sea water. The sailors eyeballs mentioned

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