Setting up a Saltwater Aquarium. Guide to marine supplies, putting the aquarium together, cycling the aquarium water and adding fish!
Dave discusses what settings Vivid Aquariums is using on the 11 Ecotech Radion LEDs over the 800 gallon reef aquarium. He shows settings in the Ecosmart Live Program and discusses the Ecotech Coral Lab Project.
Taking photos of the aquarium and it's inhabitants can be difficult and frustrating. Aquarium lighting, glass and coloration make it extremely challenging to take a realistic, focused picture that represents the correct color and lighting we see from the human eye. Over exposures, under saturation and blurred photographs are the most common frustrations. Taking beautiful pictures of the aquarium is not as hard as first led to believe. With patience, practice and adjustment of the necessary settings it will become easier over time.
Step-by-step Guide to Setting Up a Planted Aquarium - Live Aquaria
Aquarium Set-up: Step-by-step Guide to Setting Up a Planted Aquarium
When choosing what rocks to use, make sure your turtle cannot consume the rocks. The larger the rocks the better. Not that your turtle is for surely going to eat them… it’s just a safe precaution to take when setting up your tank. When turtles are younger, they may snap at prey between rocks and accidentally catch a rock in their mouth. Rinse your rocks before putting them in your aquarium very well. Just to make sure all debris and bacteria is removed.This freshwater aquarium setup article explains how to set up a basic freshwater fish tank. We'll start with a short list of the equipment you'll need and then give you a step by step guide on setting up or starting your first freshwater fish tank.This is a step-by-step guide of how to set up your first aquarium. This information is based on my experiences setting up my 2 tanks and the problems ...Setting up a saltwater FOWLR or reef tank used to be way more difficult in the past but these days it really is not difficult at all. It is more expensive than a freshwater but I think that once a saltwater aquarium is set up with the right equipment and stocked wisely it is easier to keep a saltwater tank going than a freshwater tank. Be forewarned, it is extremely addicting.You also need to understand that setting up a saltwater aquarium takes time. It often takes 4 to 8 weeks before you can add any marine fish safely to your saltwater aquarium setup.Aquarium cycling is very important for setting up freshwater aquarium for your Oscar fish. This process takes 6-8 weeks. Oscars are known for their messy trait.