Aquascaping (4)

Information and articles on aquascaping a marine aquarium.

Tuesday, 06 January 2015 02:30

D-D AquaScape Putty Featured

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When it comes to securing corals in our tanks, we need to use putty when super glue gel won't suffice. The 2-part epoxy putty offered by D-D The Aquarium Solution is the brand I recommend most. It is reef-safe, comes in a coralline-pink color, and lasts a long time. I often refer to it as "Deltec putty" so if you are having trouble finding some, try that name instead. This product has been around for…
Tuesday, 25 November 2014 05:00

Deep Sand Beds Featured

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Deep Sand Beds Special thanks to our friend¬†Ronald L. Shimek, Ph. D.¬†for allowing the use of his article. In this small booklet I discuss in detail how and why to set up a deep sand bed in your reef tank. It is now available from bookstores. The article below is a general introduction to deep sand beds and their use in reef aquaria. See the links below the article for some more detailed…
Monday, 16 February 2015 21:17

Landscaping the Reef Aquarium

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Presented by Charles & Linda RaabeMactan Island, The Philippines© 2008 All Rights Reserved    This page will not be a "how to" attempt but one of encouraging you to be creative and break away from the typical "flower garden" arrangements that most aquariums, including mine, are landscaped as. Of course, the aquarium's dimensions are either going to restrict you or allow you a wide range of options. The typical dimensions of an aquarium are very…
Saturday, 20 June 2015 23:36

Seagrass and the Reef Aquarium

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Seagrass and the Reef Aquarium By Charles & Linda Raabe Mactan Island, The Philippines © 2010 All Rights Reserved   A typical Philippine mixed species seagrass bed     On any tropical shoreline where there are shallow, flat stretches of soft sediment that is not subject to heavy wave action you will most likely find extensive beds of sea grass comprised of single or multiple species, often closely intermixed seeking to gain their share of…


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