The Torch coral, Euphyllia glabrescens, is a large polyp stony coral that originates from the Indo-pacific reef regions. This LPS coral species
Introduction to caring for the Toadstool Leather Coral The toadstool coral is a perfect beginner coral for the saltwater aquarium. They are saltwater reef soft coral and require the conditions typical for success with just about any reef tank. Toadstool leather corals are often sold in different varieties, based on their colour or the size…
If you’re having problems with green hair algae–you’re not alone. Many of us have struggled with this problem algae in our tanks. It can be a big pain because it can “take over your aquarium” in a short amount of time. So let’s dive a bit deeper into what causes the problem and how to…
This blog provides all the information that you will need to get your saltwater aquarium or reef tank setup. There are many different ways that you could set up a Saltwater Marine Aquarium. This is but one way and it works for us. Some of the equipment listed below is optional, such as the sump…
Candy Cane coral (Caulastrea furcata) is one of the most popular choices of coral for beginners to the reef and marine hobby.
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If you have just bought your saltwater aquarium and are interested in adding colour and texture to the tank, you might well be thinking about purchasing coral. However, when you start to do your research, what you’ll see come up time and time again are results for coral frag.
I would like to put focus onto the most important water parameters in the reef keeping hobby. Some of them can only be tested in laboratory, some of them can be tested by you.
Palytoxin is one of the most powerful non-protein marine toxins so far well known, which was initially isolated from soft corals belonging to the genus Palythoa, to which the toxin owes its name.
GFO stands for granular ferric oxide, and those who are starting with an aquarium may have heard that this chemical can be used to prevent the growth of algae in reef tanks.