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Reef Aquarium Volume 3 comes on iTunes

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The admired Reef Aquarium Volume 3 has just been released in digital form on iBooks. You can’t call it an ebook, but the third volume in the revered The Reef Aquarium series is available to read and view on your iPad and other iDevices. TRA3, the newly released digital version weighs practically nothing, and is substantially searchable and you can… [Read More]

Aquarium Supplies are the Essential Needs

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        Are you preparing to buy an aquarium? They are great for decoration purpose and very suitable who love to pet fishes. However, one cannot just buy it and then leave it on its own. It needs maintenance and care, but it can be a tedious task. Your fish deserves a lot than simple keeping. You will… [Read More]

Mirage’s Incredible 20,000-Gallon Saltwater Tank

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[google_adsense_in_post] The mirage in Las Vegas is a famous spot for splurging and for having the most amazing holiday experience you can think of. Its casinos, volcanoes and gardens leave no doubt that the place has a lot of offer you at any time of the day. A very special feature of Mirage which you cannot leave unnoticed is its… [Read More]

How to Set-up Your First Saltwater Tank

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[google_adsense_in_post] This topic might not be something new under the sun but we still found some people confused about beginning with their first saltwater aquarium. There are doubts and queries regarding reef keeping, its maintenance, expenses, care and the set-up. There are worries if they will be able to get it right or end up with nuisances and blunders. You… [Read More]

Dealing with Foam Build-up

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        Foam build-up is a common problem in the saltwater tank. While freshwater aquarium hobbyists may experience this problem as well, it is more common in saltwater tanks. This problem is easily solved if caught quickly and you can avoid detrimental effect on your aquarium fish. [google_adsense_in_post] One of the possibilities of building up of foam on… [Read More]

Aquascaping Your Saltwater Aquarium

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              Dressing up your tank is a very pleasant experience. A little imagination and motivation can go a long way. You would always want to create an environment that is both beneficial to the tank residents and that is aesthetically pleasing. Livestock that is on the larger size will require some rock or pieces… [Read More]

Improving darker photos

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Every once in a while you’ll take a photo of a fish, or creature in your aquarium, and be really pleased with the image. However, it may be that it’s a tad dark, or the colors don’t seem quite right. One of the first things to consider when working with images is whether it’s in RGB or CMYK. You’ve probably… [Read More]

Making your own rock

Following on from a previous recent article on reefland.com on rock, it’s possible to make your own, as described here with some of the issues often associated with the process. Of course, there are many methods, and aquarium hobbyists and professionals alike get a great sense of satisfaction from creating something that works. As I work in an aquarium, we’ve… [Read More]

Nuisance Algae in the Reef Aquarium – Part III

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Nuisance Algae in the Reef Aquarium – Part III By: Scott Zachow   Nuisance Algae in the Reef Aquarium – Part III By: Scott Zachow Well here we are, 5 months after the first article was published in this series on removing nuisance algae from my own reef aquarium. The task has not been easy, and I wasn’t expecting it… [Read More]

Best Plants and Algae for Refugia – Part II “Vegetable Filters”

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Best Plants and Algae for Refugia – Part II “Vegetable Filters”By: Anthony CalfoPart I of this Series Located HereCaulerpa was the first, popular algae used in refugiums only because the availability of alternate genera of algae in the hobby was limited. The genus Caulerpa overall though is very aggressive and sometimes toxic to fishes or invertebrates. For many aquarists, the… [Read More]

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