When setting up a marine aquarium one of the trickiest, most frustrating and ultimately most neglected things is when you get to the stage where you are ready to aquascape your marine aquarium.Read more →
What a couple of days!
Got all the rock work into position – nice looking rock, covered in corraline algae and should provide an effective filtration system. The wave box is now in position and producing currents quite nicely, no dead spots anywhere. I have also installed a spray bar along the lower rear of the tank which is fed by one of the return pumps so that any detritus build up will be kept in suspension.Read more →
Well, I am now looking after 2 aquariums! One is mine and the other is a friends which I am looking after whilst he is moving home. When I say moving home it must take him a while as he has asked me to look after it for about 6 months and then he will decide if he wants to keep it or not.Read more →
Sumps are being used more and more in the salt water aquarium hobby nowadays. The reason is that a lot of the required equipment can be hidden from view in the [tag-tec]aquarium sump[/tag-tec]. Equipment such as protein skimmers, heaters, calcium reactors etc. A lot of people nowadays are also usingRead more →
The beauty of the reef mixed with the challenge of starting a marine aquarium reef tank, so that you can have your very own slice of the reef in your own home, has meant that more and more people all over the world are considering starting a marine aquarium reef tank.Read more →
Life on a reef in nature is a truly wonderful thing to behold. There are so many vibrant colours, so much movement and an enormous abundance of life that there is no small wonder that so many people all over the world are now keeping salt water based life in aquariums in their own homes.Read more →