This article continues in a similar vein and presents the data and analysis of the 400W DE reflectors manufactured by HappyReefing.com and Icecap.
In this issue I'll focus on the animals I now have in my 10-foot reef tank, which with the sump and refugium holds about 700-gallons of artificially made seawater. In the next issue I'll focus on the equipment, water motion, feeding, water changes, lighting, etc.
I have had the good fortune to keep a few of these fish in my home aquarium and would like to share some of my observations, as well as some natural history notes that may help the Centropyge colini fan in his aquarium keeping efforts.
Seahorses take a lot of time, patience, and effort, a small sacrifice to have these beautiful and charming creatures in your home. Each individual has a personality, and the variance in attitude during feeding, courting, and just greeting is an amusement all its own.
In the first part of this article, I discussed some basic biology about the anaspidean and sacoglossan sea slugs. In this article I will focus specifically on the nudibranch sea slugs.
While juvenile fish and jellyfish systems are previously and widely known as difficult systems to maintain, aquaria for such animals and the like can be made by home hobbyists. With very little costs and even less experience, hobbyists can create systems very similar in design to those used by large public aquaria.
This month our readers chime in on helpful tips for your calcium reactor.
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