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Top 5 Marine Fish you should possibly avoid.

Top 5 Marine Fish you should possibly avoid.

So we know there’s some fish that are not suitable for your tank, they may not be compatible with your inhabitants, they may not be reef safe and eat your critters or coral, but this is a list of the fish with think you should possible avoid altogether.

Seneye Spectra, Submersible spectrometer

Seneye Spectra, Submersible spectrometer

So we are in the middle of the COVID-19 Lockdown, and this has given us a bit of time to look at and test the new Seneye Spectra that we have had kicking around for a couple of weeks.

A bit more advanced than the par meter found on the Seneye reef this is a full nanometer spectrometer capable of showing you more than just PAR.

Featured Marine Aquarium: Karl Marsh

Featured Marine Aquarium: Karl Marsh

This featured tank is owned by Karl Marsh, powered by ecotech and featured an in sump frag tank.

We 3D Printed our own filter sock replacement cup.

We 3D Printed our own filter sock replacement cup.

We ended up with a tank that had a strange size filter sock and wanted to replace the socks with a filter cup which we find much more practical, Nothing appeared available off the shelf so the solution... make our own.

Fish Compatibility Facts: More Than Just Picking Reef Safe Fish

Fish Compatibility Facts: More Than Just Picking Reef Safe Fish

Whether you’re just starting a new marine aquarium project or just adding new reef safe fish to an existing reef tank, it’s critical to understand the expected relationships between the different corals, critters, and fish in a saltwater aquarium environment. In these cases, it is important to always select reef safe fish (like the ones listed on our site) for a reef tank project

Featured Tank: Mogsys Aquarium

Featured Tank: Mogsys Aquarium

Our next featured tank is from one our our customers and avid youtuber who aims to help people learn more about reefkeeping its Stephen Morgan aka Mogsys Aquarium on you tube. Here we outline some of the equipment and processes he uses in his reef.

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