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  1. Why should we Dip corals? and how to perform it A colourful SSC Visiting a local Live Fish Shop (LFS) and shopping for corals is one of the best enjoyment in this hobby. However, do you know that if your newly purchased coral is not treated carefully, it could cause a serious effect on your existing healthy corals which is already thriving in your current marine aquarium system ? What is coral dipping ? As up to 90% of the corals in this hobby is either collected from the wild or cultured in the sea, there is a high possibility that the corals
  2. Avoid these fishes! YES, Avoid these fishes! Here today we will discuss the most popular fish in the trade to be avoided. Given the beautiful color or the fish or perhaps the cheap price, you should always research and prepare for it as the fishes listed might be difficult to keep or difficult to get it fed. One of the most sough after fish ( Achilles Tang ) which belong to Acanthurus family is very susceptible to ich and require good water quality and large swimming space Ich Magnet Tangs are one of the obvious ich magnets, by saying ich m
  3. BASIC REEF CHEMISTRY (PART I) This is the first in two articles dealing with the basics of reef chemistry. This will be written as a crash course on what hobbyists need/ ought to know. The article to follow touches on information, which is useful but not necessary to know. SALINITY The salinity of seawater is typically given either in units of parts per thousand (PPT) or specific gravity (SG). The ideal range for salinity in a reef aquarium is usually placed between 33 to 38 PPT, which approximates to 1.024 to 1.028 SG. The middle ground of 35 PPT (or approximately 1.026
  4. Water Test: Is yours working? Salifert Test kit – One of the popular aquarium water testing brand For many avid reef keeper, one of the favourite past time is to conduct water test. Since the fishes and corals we keep come from an environment which is very stable, it is meaningful for us to ensure our little water tank imitate the natural environment as much as possible. One of the common methods for us to get that peace of mind is to carry out various water tests. However, when you get a reading of 1ppm nitrate, or a pH of 8.21, or an alkalinity
  5. Nutrients on the Reef (I) Sooner or later, aquarists will encounter the topic of reef nutrient when keeping an aquarium. Many aquarists are often concerned about these questions: Is my nitrate and phosphate level ok? Should I feed my corals more? How do I reduce nitrate? or phosphate? All these are fair questions. Eutrophication is often characterized by overgrowth of algae However, if we approach reef nutrients just by looking at the nitrate and phosphate levels from test kits. We are like a blind man touching
  6. Comparison: Natural Sea Water VS Salt Mix As seen in many online discussion portals, there’s a lot of debate about the comparison against Natural Saltwater (NSW) vs Salt Mix (SM) debating which is a better option. Today I’ll will try to share with you and break down the pros and cons between NSW and SM for you to decide which is more suited for your tank and why is that so. Natural Sea Water Seawater pack into 10L bag from Ah Beng Aquarium Natural Sea Water (NSW) as the name applies, is collected naturally from the sea. usually, it involved a spec
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