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A DIY algae scrubber using simple a Ikea storage box

A DIY algae scrubber using simple a Ikea storage box

One of our members ATcraz shared about his DIY project how he can transform a cheap Ikea storage box into a simple yet effective Algae scrubber which works wonder. For the project you would need ; – 1 x ikea black box. – Plastic board cutted into 4 pieces to fit the four sides. – sand […]Read More

Diodogorgia nodulifera Sea Fan ( Red finger Sea Fan )

Diodogorgia nodulifera Sea Fan ( Red finger Sea Fan )

Diodogorgia nodulifera or Red finger sea fan is a gorgonian in yellow-orange and red to dark red that is from the only Carribean and quite highly sought after by Azoox enthusiasts. It is an intermediate azoox coral, meaning it will require a azoox dedicated tank with 24/7 feeding and more sensitive to flow, water parameter […]Read More

Best types of algae for your refugium system.

Best types of algae for your refugium system.

Best types of algae for your refugium system. When we talk about a refugium tank, it usually involves part of the system connected to the main tank sharing the same tank water which many hobbyists grow beneficial algae to remove excess nutrient from the water acting as an additional form of filtration. So what is […]Read More

A Beginner guide to keeping corals in your marine aquarium

Beginner guide to keeping corals in your marine aquarium is essential The dream of keeping a beautiful coral tank at home might be one of the main reason why you started on this hobby. This beginner guide to keeping corals in your marine aquarium is essential for you, if you are keen on setting up […]Read More

Battling with nuisance Algae in our marine aquarium

Battling with nuisance Algae in our marine aquarium

Algae and “That Other Slimy Stuff” There are many types of algae. There are also a few organisms that look like algae but not all are algae at all. In a healthy aquarium, the algae will be green, and if left alone, will grow hair-like in appearance. Algae that is red or brown may indicate a water […]Read More

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