Halophila’s Seagrass tank is a prime example of simple beauty

This Halophila-dominated seagrass aquarium is built and designed to take care of itself. No protein skimmer, no calcium reactor, no sump, no biopellets, carbon or GFO. No automatic water changes or a super controller with email function. Heck this system…

At Pitcairn Island, macro algae are one of the main reef builders

At Pitcairn Island in the Southern Pacific Ocean, a plethora of beautiful and unique macro algaes are well represented in myriad forms. Beautiful fleshy algaes, branching coralline and leafy brown algaes are extremely well represented according to a new survey…

Ideas for Replicating Nature: Appreciating a “Nuisance” Macroalgae

As a dedicated fan of ├é┬ámarine biotope aquariums and unique concept aquariums, I’m always trying to look at natural reefs for inspiration. I mean, if nature does it, it must be good, right? And you never know where that next…