Our Favorite Method of Feeding Frozen Coral Food

Feeding corals is one of the most important aspects of the care of all sessile invertebrates in a reef aquarium environment but it’s not as easy as dropping in some flakes or some pellets. Most coral foods are particles of…

The Myth of LPS Corals Living in ‘Dirty Water’

Every day that we observe corals in the ocean and take care of them in our aquarium it becomes clearer how important feeding is to them. Recently while watching a live video from our good friend Shane Danger Coleman, we…

Feeding Wild Corals on Natural Reefs of the Solomon Islands

For as long as Reef Builders has been around, we’ve done our best to bridge the gap between aquarium corals and wild corals and the natural reefs they come from. This includes bringing you ‘aquaristic‘ images of wild corals, habitat…

Taking Target Feeding To The Next Level By ‘Walking’ Azoox Corals

For some time now I’ve had a deep curiosity and interest in all the corals that we don’t regularly see in our home aquariums, namely the non-photosynthetic and azooxanthellate corals. Unlike the photosynthetic corals that can get most of their…

Seaway Aqua Launches a Whole Catalog of Reef Aquarium Goods

Seaway Aqua is a newer company from England which we learned about at InterZoo 2016 earlier this summer. Seaway Aqua makes and offers a wide range of aquarium products from foods to treatments, including diseases and aiptasia eradicators. Some of…

Coral System by Korallen Zucht is totally new, from the makers of Zeovit

Coral System is a completely new line of aquarium additives from Korallen Zucht, makers of the Zeovit¬†method. Unlike the holistic approach of trying to create a low nutrient environment for stony corals, Korallen Zuckt’s new line of additive¬†is meant to…

How to feed a coral reef tank

We can sometimes forget that corals are living animals which have a mouth and digestive system, and therefore need to eat. While the first step in keeping corals alive and healthy is a properly lit and flowed tank, feeding is…