Lilaeopsis brasiliensis

Lilaeopsis Brasiliensis: Keeping the Micro Sword Plant

Lilaeopsis Brasiliensis are amphibious aquarium plants that thrive partially or completely submerged. Also, they grow slowly, but their lush growth is worth the wait. Keep reading to learn about how to...
Scoly coral

Scoly Coral: The Tolerant and Eye-catching Coral of Reef Tanks

The Scoly Coral is a kind of Large Polyp Stony Coral that is best known for its vivid coloration and hardiness. It is one of the LPS Corals that beginner reefers...
Candy cane coral

Candy Cane Coral: The Underrated LPS Coral Perfect for Beginners

The Cane Cane Coral is one of the many coral species that fall under the LPS or Large Polyp Stony Coral. It is known for being superbly resilient and tolerant of...
Madagascar lace plant

Madagascar Lace Plant: Growing the Fenestrated Aponogeton

Madagascar lace plant is famous for its mind-blowing lacey leaf structure. It stands out and is commonly used in different vivarium enclosures. However, there are strong opinions of the plant not...
Euphyllia coral

Euphyllia Coral: The Forgiving Coral of the Saltwater Community

The Euphyllia Coral is known for its versatility and hardiness, making it popular among all manner of aquarists and reef builders. In this article, you will learn all about the Euphyllia...
Sun coral

Sun Coral: The Non-photosynthetic and Bright Coral of Cold Reef Tanks

The Sun Coral is one of the most popular corals in the saltwater aquarium community due to its appearance and vibrant colors. The Sun Coral is a non-photosynthetic coral, meaning that...
Toadstool coral

Toadstool Coral: A Failsafe Coral for Beginner Saltwater Aquarists

The Toadstool Coral is a soft, mushroom-shaped coral and is also arguably one of the easiest corals that beginner aquarists can raise with confidence. This type of coral has different variations,...
Frogbit roots

Frogbit Roots: The Freshwater Aquarium Oxygenator

Amazon frogbit roots are hardy tank oxygenators that are great for beginner aquarists. What’s more, they provide your fish with great hiding spots and also regulate the tank nitrate levels. In this...
Plate coral

Plate Coral: The Funny-looking, Mobile Coral of Reef Aquariums

The Plate Coral is one of the few LPS corals that beginners will find easy to care for and include as part of their reef aquarium setups. There are different types...
Java fern growing roots on leaves

Java Fern Growing Roots on Leaves: The Reason Behind the Strange Sight

Seeing your Java fern growing roots on leaves can be a peculiar sight for new owners of this plant species. Yet, this is normal and signifies that the Java fern is...

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