A brief overview of CO2 options for your aquarium, Article 50 on the care,...

CO2 Overview By: Holly Harrington   To CO2 or not to CO2, that is the question. Well, not necessarily THE question, but it's definitely ONE of the big questions if you have or are considering setting up...

Ten Common Beginner Mistakes in setting up an Aquarium, Article 46 on the care,...

Ten Common Beginner Mistakes By: Holly Harrington   Even a cursory look at the posts in the Forum Section underscores how confusing it is to be a beginner in this hobby. The questions come thick...

Moving day for an Aquarium, Article 42 on the care, upkeep and maintenance of...

Moving day for an Aquarium By: Redfish01   These steps were compiled from forum posts and excerpts from Badman's Tropical fish website and put together in this form by Redfish01 (Tom). Thank you! Step by Step: ...

Moving a Fish Tank

Moving Day! By: Kick   If you are being faced with a move to another city or even across country, there is no need to despair over what to do with your special pets that...

Tropical fish who enjoy a taller tank, Article 21 on the care, upkeep and...

Fish who enjoy a taller tank? By: Sully   Are any community (or community-friendly cichlid) species (besides Angels) who have particular need for a tall tank or for whom it is particularly beneficial to have...

Carbon Information

Carbon Information By: Dan   There are a variety of pollutants dissolved in any aquatic environment containing biological life. Dissolved ORGANIC compounds (DOC's) include proteins, amino acids, phenolic compounds, pheromones and other metabolic byproducts which...

The great salt myth

The great salt myth By: Dan     The salt myth has been around almost as long as the hobby itself. It goes like this ... "You should always add salt to your tank water because...

So you think you want a fish tank? Article 91 on the care, upkeep...

  By: Robin Richardson    So you think you want a fish tank?   Photo courtesy of Jason Baliban So you think you're ready for fish! A nice tank with swimming friends would be a great accent piece...

Don’t release that fish!, the ethics of releasing fish into the wild

Photo courtesy of Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Program   Don't Release Exotic Fish Any plant or animal that is not native to the United States is considered an exotic species. Most fishes available for sale in...

Introduction to a Saltwater aquarium

Written by: Cecilia Chen AKA Pandora    A small section of one of the author's reef tanks   Take a dive in the coral reef, and you will see some of the reddest reds and...
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