Posts Tagged coral conservation

Coral Propagation – An Interesting Aspect Of The Hobby

I have been keeping marine aquariums now for many, many years and whilst I gain a lot of satisfaction from all areas of the hobby I think that one area where I gain the most satisfaction from is coral propagation. When I first started propagating corals I

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Aquaculture Farms Do Not Need To Be Large

When an aquarist or anyone for that matter start to think about an aquaculture farm they will probably think of huge establishments with exceptionally large volumes of water. From this ‘farm’ hundreds of corals and fish are grown and eventually sold. I think that this perception is

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Interested In Aquaculture? Here’s A Great Book

Aquarists are becoming more and more interested in aquaculture. This is evidenced by the large numbers of corals being cultured by hobbyists which are then swopped with other hobbyists or taken to the local retailer to exchange or get a credit. Then there are the increasing numbers

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Propagation In The Aquarium

Reef aquariums are common in the hobby nowadays. With the increased knowledge of their environmental needs and the ability, with the assistance of technology, to maintain the reefs for long periods, the days of struggling with maintenance should be gone. Some problems have arisen with the ability

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Coral Transplant

I love to just sit and look at my reef when I have the time. Its so peaceful and relaxing. I note the fish doing their thing, the corals swaying in the currents. My eyes automatically pick up any points of special note – it isn’t that

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VIA

What’s this? It sounds like a technical abbreviation such as PAR, PUR, DOM, DSB and the rest. They are all relevant to a marine aquarium whether it be a reef or fish only system. No, this isn’t technical at all. No mumbo-jumbo. However, it is directly to

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