The act of feeding an aquarium produces a greater need for filtration. However the reason for feeding is often times to satisfy the needs of particular animals. These animals are themselves serving in a way to help filter the aquarium as they consume the provided foods.
This month we begin a four-part Featured Aquarium series from our Nano Reef Buildoff that took place on Reefs.org. This month, 'smontanus' shares his nano tank with us.
Now that a tank no longer needs to be broken down and tanks are being maintained for long periods of time a new
This article will present some initial data from recent experiments relating to the physiological effects of glitter lines within aquaria, and also how our artificial glitter compares to that found in natural reefs.
This month, our readers give advice on selecting that special fish at the LFS.
This article is a continuation describing some of the more philosophical filtration practices and concepts.
Product Review: Spectral Analysis of 250W Metal Halide Lamps: Giesemann, Krystal Star, South Pacific Sunlight, BLV, Phoenix Electric Company
Sanjay discusses the results of additional bulb and ballast testing.
Richard shares his 55 gallon reef aquarium with us this month.
Terry discusses fish metabolism and how it affects fish.
This article will feature a look at the relationship between tide pools and humans.