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Reefkeeping

  1. How to set up a marine aquarium
    Categories: Reefkeeping

    How to set up a marine aquarium

    Everything you need to know about setting up a tropical marine aquarium from tank size to equipment.
  2. How many marine fish in a 60-litre tank?
    Categories: AquariumsReefkeepingFish

    How many marine fish in a 60-litre tank?

    Due to advances in the marine hobby, it is now possible to keep fish and even corals in small tanks like the Fluval Sea Evo and other tanks of similar volume.
  3. What reef tank test kits do I need?
    Categories: AquariumsReefkeepingWater Quality

    What reef tank test kits do I need?

    Water can look crystal clear yet still be deadly to fish and with reef tanks you have the complicated lives of corals and invertebrates and their needs to think about too.
  4. What is the best marine fish food?
    Categories: AquariumsReefkeepingFish

    What is the best marine fish food?

    Marine fish have evolved to take advantage of all the different types of food that are available in the ocean, so their foods need to be diverse.
  5. What order should I add livestock to my marine tank?
    Categories: Reefkeeping

    What order should I add livestock to my marine tank?

    Reef tanks take time to mature and within that time conditions may not necessarily be at their best for all inhabitants.
  6. What do I need to set up a marine aquarium?
    Categories: Reefkeeping

    What do I need to set up a marine aquarium?

    Marine fish tanks are so cool, and there’s no better hobby to start while you’re locked down at home. Here’s what you’ll need:
  7. How much water should I change in a reef tank?
    Categories: AquariumsReefkeepingWater Quality

    How much water should I change in a reef tank?

    The oceans are unrivalled in their size and stability, and the corals we keep have evolved to that very, clean, pure, stable environment.
  8. How to raise pH in a reef tank
    Categories: AquariumsReefkeepingWater Quality

    How to raise pH in a reef tank

    For the new reefkeeper, pH shouldn’t be made a priority. Once corals are added it is KH which has greater immediate importance because it drops quickly.
  9. Which marine fish are reef safe?
    Categories: AquariumsReefkeepingFish

    Which marine fish are reef safe?

    A pristine reef full of fish and corals looks idyllic, but alas many (very desirable,) fish species are there to eat corals or other fish and will do the same in the home aquarium.

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