Product Review: Water Testing Devices for Advanced and Professional Aquarists: The Hach 800 Series Colorimeters
Dana reviews the Hach 800 Series Colorimeters for use in marine aquaria.
In this month's column, Adam continues to discuss filtration and nutrient export.
Francis discusses the husbandry, maintenance, and occupants of the tank.
The 15,000K XM bulbs (150 watt DE, 175 watt SE, 250 watt SE/DE, and 400 watt DE) are thoroughly analyzed and discussed in this article.
Feature Article: An Experimental Comparison of Sandbed and Plenum-Based Systems. Part 1: Controlled lab dosing experiments
In this two part article, Robert and Christopher discuss experiments that they've conducted on sandbed and plenum-based systems and the results of those experiments.
In this month's column, our readers discuss how they control algae in their systems.
This month, we have a mystery fish seeking identification. Can you identify it?
This volume contains 176 pages that are profusely illustrated with excellent color photographs. There is also a short list of suggested readings, and a Directory containing information on tank manufacturers.
It is important for a hobbyist to identify which filtration methods they are using and how those methods are contributing to the health of their system.
Both the Papuan and ocellated tobies are excellent aquarium inhabitants. The only possible drawback with these tobies is that some individuals will nip the fins of other fishes.
Rich describes his tank and husbandry practices along with photos of its inhabitants.
New 250 watt and 400 watt morgul bulbs are reviewed and compared.
Following are a few new pictures of Greg’s reef tanks that I took on my recent trip.