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Fluidized Bed Filters
Fluidized bed filters are highly efficient, relatively inexpensive and require little maintenance when properly installed in a saltwater system. Marine tanks, just like freshwater tanks,...
Live Rock for Saltwater Aquariums
What is Live Rock? Technically-speaking, live rock is any porous rock colonized with life after exposure to a biologically rich environment. The biologically rich environment...
Saltwater Tank Biological Filtration
Marine tanks generally utilize three types of filtration--mechanical, chemical and biological. This article covers the basics of biological filtration. Most marine aquarists rely on a...
Marine Sump-Based Filtration
The concept of the sump may seem confusing at first, but sump-based filtration is the best filtration for a marine aquarium set-up. Sump-based filtration is...
Warty Frogfish: Most Unusual Saltwater Fish?
The Warty Frogfish Makes an Interesting Fish for the Marine Aquarium. While not for everyone, this is a fascinating marine fish appropriate for the...
Keeping Anthias in the Tropical Marine Aquarium
Considered difficult-to-keep, anthias are some of the most beautiful fishes available to the marine aquarist. Understanding their needs makes it possible to have success. Anthias...
The Japanese Spotted Anthias
While not inexpensive, this small deepwater anthias species is one of the most beautiful fishes the marine aquarist can keep with relative ease in...
Why Do My Saltwater Fish Keep Dying?
Experienced freshwater aquarists often move to marine aquariums, and find it difficult. Here are some tips to keep fish in a salt water tank...
Setting up Your First Marine Aquarium
Freshwater aquarists often have hopes to one day keep marine fish. Marine aquariums take more time and cost more money, but are worth the...
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