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DSunY LED Lights

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              DSunY is committed to providing innovative LED lights for aquariums around the world. This company has established high quality R&D team that expertise in software, electronic hardware and heating design. We were amazed by two of its LED lights that were just the thing you should be looking for your reef tanks. Take… [Read More]

Eviota pamae the Amazing New Dwarf Goby

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[google_adsense_in_post] Eviota pamae is a newly described species of goby which shows that although there’s a lot of stunning new species being discovered, some more beautiful than others yet the natural world under water has in store lots of surprises for us. It looks much like a minuscule of the popular sunrise hogfish from Hawaii, the sunrise dwarf goby from… [Read More]

Rainbow Pectinia Alcicornis

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[google_adsense_in_post] This post is all about a very attractive newly discovered coral that you are surely going to want in your home aquarium. Rainbow Pectinia are a new breed of the once ambiguous group of corals which are making a huge comeback this year. Even though corals in the wild haven’t quite upgraded itself in terms of features and looks,… [Read More]

All about REFUGIUM

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          Technically speaking, a refugium is a refuge in the sense that while it shares the water of the main tank, it is somehow set off from the tank, to provide the creatures inside refuge from larger fish in the main tank. In more general sense, a refuge is an extra tank or compartment of your… [Read More]

Setting The Location Of a Reef Tank

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[google_adsense_in_post] It is significant to decide upon the place where you are about to set up a new reef tank. A reef tank is quite different from a freshwater or a saltwater fish-only tank hence requires extra efforts when you are about to set it up. Unless absolutely necessary you cannot move the reef tank from one place to the… [Read More]

Living through Power Outage

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      Power outages due to storm and hurricane can happen anywhere. While most people will have only air-conditioners and refrigerators to worry about, an aquarist will have an extra problem to tackle; making the aquarium survive. If the power outage is scheduled for a few hours, it will hardly make a difference, but those 3 days or more… [Read More]

Culturing Phytoplankton

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Phytoplankton is gaining popularity in the world of reef keeping. They are the fundamental organism in the marine food web and considered the staple food for many tiny marine organisms. Phytoplankton is a cluster of photosynthetic plankton composed of several species. Taken as a whole they are helpful as a supply of diet for other tiny organisms with varying features… [Read More]

Sand shopping for a new tank

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      For all reef tank enthusiasts here comes the clarification to frequently asked questions on sand bed for reef tank. The substrate part of the tank is not to left undecided when it comes to establishing a new tank. Live sand and dry sand are usually the confusing part for most newbie. The only difference between the two… [Read More]

A DIY Guide To Building Your Own Starter Marine Reef Tank

Any dedicated DIYer will tell you that there is no greater joy in the world than building your own stuff with your own hands; it’s a treat to see your dreams take form from your labor and the satisfaction of fulfilling your objective is one of pure achievement. Another important factor that most people will neglect is that DIY also… [Read More]

Aquarium Logging Software – Personal Online Aquarium Log

Aquarium Logging Software – Personal Online Aquarium Log By: Scott Zachow   As promised in the last edition of RHO in the Aquarium Log Update article, we are very pleased to announce the release of Version 2 of the Personal Online Aquarium Log. If you are not familiar with the Aquarium Log, you are missing out on the very best… [Read More]

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