Choosing What To Keep In A Saltwater Aquarium

What To Keep There are many interesting animals which can be kept in a saltwater aquarium. What to keep depends on your experience level, tank size, and equipment setup. Make a wishlist of fish and corals you would like to…

Choosing An Aquarium Tank Size – Why Bigger Is Better

Choosing An Aquarium Tank Size When setting up a saltwater aquarium, choosing the correct tank size is likely to affect your overall success. Before making a purchase, you should carefully consider your budget, which animals you want to keep, and where you…

Tips For Cleaning The Sides Of Your Aquarium

We all want to preserve the clarity of our acrylic or glass aquarium. While sometimes it can be challenging especially with an acrylic tank, using the right tools will leave your aquarium clear of algae and scratch-free. You will want…

How to Setup The JBJ 8g Rimless Aquarium

The JBJ 8g rimless aquarium is an all-in-one aquarium that comes with everything you need to get started in reef-keeping. The aquarium comes with an 8g tank, pump, two channel dimmable led light, filter, pedestal, and glass lid. Setting up…

How to Frag Zoanthids

The vast array of color morphs of the easily kept zoanthids and palythoas show why reefers are so drawn to them. The constant desire to have the next named color morph keeps you invested and involved in the hobby. Let’s…

How to Frag Soft Corals

The colorful, fast growing, undulating characteristics of soft corals make them an appealing choice among beginners and advanced hobbyist. From the expensive “Bounce” mushroom to the captivating pulsing Xenia, there is a wide variety of soft corals to choose from…

What is a Coral Frag?

If you’re just getting into the hobby you may be hearing this term tossed around a lot. Frags are those small pieces of coral being sold at aquarium stores and many of the reefing events. Frag is short for the fragment you are cutting…

Some Simple Ways to Help your Corals Thrive

Corals may seem helpless at times when there is algae growing around them or they are spreading their tentacles at night in search of food. After all, it seems like reefers are always elbows deep in their tanks feeding, trimming,…