From first time reefers to seasoned aquarium professionals, we all have questions. From tips to introducing new fish, troubleshooting test results, and inspiration for your newest tank, online groups are the perfect reefer resource.
Now it’s true the internet doesn’t always have the answers to your aquarium queries, although Reef Builders is a great place to start. Online groups are full of reef aquarium hobbiests around the world, who can provide real-life experience and advice for your questions.
We even have a few of our own groups where you can get advice from local fish store owners, fish breeders, specialized hobbyists, and industry veterans. If you’re interested in gear, either making it, new trends or questions about your own set up, Join the Reef Builders Gear Room.
Ladies looking to start your very first tank, or reef tank pro’s that just want to share your full-blown addiction, join our Girls With Reef Tanks group. This is a fun and supportive group of women around the world. We started this group over two years ago, and our small but mighty following includes business owners, expert coral growers, aquaculture experts, and of course lots of new hobbiests, searching for advice.
What we really love about groups is narrowing down our interested to find even more like-minded hobbiests. One of our favorite groups is the Australian MAFA group, always good for a laugh and full of searchable information in the group search bar. We also enjoy a few niche groups like Captive Coral Spawning Research, and Tidalarium – Intertidal Aquariums.
If you’re looking for more professional advice about a product or service, we’re seeing more and more brands creating their own resource groups. like the Red Sea Reefer Group, or the Aqua Illumination User Group.
Group are a quick and easy way to ask questions from your fellow reefers! Join the conversation, give advice, and share you passion.