Created on 2015-06-03 by
Good day all.
I need help..
I have 2 marine tanks running of one sump. (600L & 200L)
a few weeks ago i did see my tank have white spots (ich). i know from where i did get it.. but anyway.
I do put meds into the tank ( Seachem- Para Guard)
the water is perfect.
okey so i lost 10 fish =(
2 blue hippo tangs
1 powder blue tang (where white spots begin)
1 black footed clown
1 long horn cowfish
1 royal gramma
1 green chromis ( was eaten by carpet ananimie , did give… Read more »
Created on 2015-01-29 by
I have a 125 gallon reef tank with 3 tangs, 1 goby, 3 damsels, 1 clownfish and a little bit of coral. My tank looks ematy so i wanted to know what some good fish to add are. I was considering getting a lion fish but im not sure if it would effect the other fish in the tank. Read more »
Created on 2015-01-21 by
led grow lights
Size of Lamp Body
channel 1：14000K white：Channel 2 460nm:Channel 3 mo>
Economical Long life, low power consumption, high efficiency and cool operating temperatures.
LED is a cost effective choice for your Coral reef/aquarium/fish tank needs.
1.Long Lifetime:Recommended useful lifetime of 50,000 hours for LED lights the equivalent of burning a light.18 hours/day, 365 days/year for seven years and seven months.
2.Energy Efficient:To save 70~85%… Read more »
Created on 2015-01-06 by
Created on 2015-01-03 by
I felt that since both of these subjects had a lot to do with one another, I would go ahead and try to write an article on them. Aquascaping is the process of substrate and rock placement in order to make the look and feel of a saltwater aquarium. The water circulation around a display tank is mainly dependent upon the aquascape. Knowing the relationship between the two will ensure that you will have a mostly healthy saltwater aquarium.
There are actually many different types of aquascape, but there are basics that you can follow. This article will not… Read more »
Created on 2014-12-30 by
Sumps and overflows
This is a very broad topic of discussion, but something that must be discussed. Very often in this hobby, you will find the use of overflows and sumps. This is because they are very advantageous when implemented correctly. A sump is a container of water, usually a glass or acrylic aquarium, that has been sectioned off into chambers and each chamber has a specific purpose. An overflow is a device that allows saltwater to safely drain into the sump so that it can be pumped back into the display. A sump can be behind, to the… Read more »
Created on 2014-12-29 by
My tank is 7 weeks old and seems to have cycled.
Ammonia still present
Nitrite at 0
Nitrate at 35 PPM
I don’t understand why my Ammonia is present and my Nitrate has gone to 0 all together.
any help would be appreciated.
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Created on 2014-12-22 by
The use of marine plants to control ammonium, nitrates, and phosphates is not new to the hobby. The extensive use of macroalgae was first experimented with in the 60s and 70s by pioneers in the saltwater industry. Since then, the use of marine plants to control nutrients has been widely regarded as an effective means to control water quality in marine aquariums.
This article will cover the benefits of adding a refugium, how to set up and maintain a refugium, different types of algae you can add and other technical aspects of keeping a refugium. A refugium is simply… Read more »
Created on 2014-12-19 by
As the famous yuletide carol says: “Saltwater Santa is Coming to Town…” The Elves at Saltwaterfish.com want you to know there is still time to get your tank in tip top shape before the holidays. Get that cleaner crew in place or that majestic centerpiece before the holidays get in full swing. This weekend will see the best inventory of the season, so order quickly for best selection…alter all…we don’t want you calling us ‘the grinch’ because what you’ve been watching is now out of stock.
The Saltwater Santa Overnight Express leaves every night for arrivals up to December 24th… Read more »
Created on 2014-12-14 by
Protein Skimmers have been around for at least the last 60 years and have come in a wide variety of forms and efficiencies. The first protein skimmers were simple triangle pieces of glass that were fit into the side of an aquarium, and powered from the bottom up with a simple wooden air stone. Inside of the unit, there would collect on the glass a very slimy, brown and green sludge which would then be cleaned off manually (Goldstein 46).
Protein skimmers are also known as foam fractionaters. The purpose of a protein skimmer is to remove organic… Read more »