Posts Tagged fish-tank

The Basic Kit For A Marine Aquarium Part One – Fish Only

Despite the number of modern books available and information on the internet confusion continues to arise with a newcomer. This confusion is sometimes caused by the book and/or the internet. Books could be out of date as far as equipment is concerned, and an internet forum could cause confusion by

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Got Anything Salty That’s Of Interest?

There are marine aquarists and ex-marine aquarists out there who have had all sorts of experiences with this hobby, good, funny or bad. There’s little that aquarists like better than learning of other aquarist’s experiences. Why not let everyone know of yours? Experienced or beginner, it doesn’t matter. It could

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If I Were Only Allowed One Small Fish!

There are so many choices of fish for fish only and reef systems. Fish only systems usually carry a higher number of inmates and these could be just about anything available at the LFS (local fish shop), the restrictions being the size of the aquarium and the compatibility of the

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Plug And Play Or Do It Your Way

Marine aquariums are supplied in all sorts of sizes and shapes. Even if there isn’t one that will directly suit the aquarist’s needs it is straightforward to have one manufactured. So once the aquarist has decided what size of aquarium is required for the space available (remembering that the larger

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Brine Shrimp – Why Not Supply Your Own

Feeding fish nowadays is not usually a problem. Whatever the fish eats there is something commercially available that is suitable, be it a flake, pellet, freeze dried, sheet or frozen variety. Among the foods available as frozen are brine shrimp, which have been used by aquarists for very many years.

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