Yellow Tang -
Yellow tang is a marvelous looking salt water fish. It belongs to the Acanthuridae fish family. This is one of the threatened marine creatures. Though this is for its beauty, still this fish also directly helps balancing the marine life apart from the conserving the ecological system indirectly. Find out every minute detail of this […]
Cleaner Shrimp, Lysmata amboinensis, is an effective scavenger that helps keep the aquarium clean of uneaten debris. Also known as Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimp.
Reef Safe Fish for Your Saltwater Aquarium|Reef Safe Wrasses|Reef Safe Saltwater Fish|Aquariumcreationsonline.net
Not all saltwater aquarium wrasses and other fish are reef safe. Some will harm coral. Some harm invertebrates. Reef Safe saltwater fish are marine fish wrasses and others that are both safe for corals and safe for invertebrates in a reef aquarium.
Blonde Naso Tang
The Blonde Naso Tang, Naso elegans, also known as the Elegant Tang or the Orangespine Unicornfish, due to the pair of spines surrounded by a bright orange area on either side of the caudal peduncle. Featuring an elongated body shape with a narrow caudal peduncle that distinguish this genus from other Acanthurids. Unlike other Unicornfish however, they do not develop a protruding horn. Their body is a grayish brown color with a bright yellow line running from the back of the mouth up to the…
Saltwater Aquarium Corals for Marine Reef Aquariums
Glove Polyps have the distinctive eight-leaved tentacles associated with all the members of this family. They are colonial animals with several individual polyps attached to a hard surface and are often stung and damaged by other aggressive corals. Therefore, they need adequate space between themselves and other corals. The parent colony of these coral frags was originally collected in Jakarta, Indonesia, was maintained in house for several years, and then quarantined and given a health…
Mushroom Coral - Fuzzy Grass
Mushroom Corals, Discosoma sp., are often incredibly colorful coral that resembles what we think of as a terrestrial mushroom. Different from many corals, Mushroom Corals require less light. Some Mushrooms are capable of absorbing nutrients directly from the water column and can be voracious and aggressive eaters even devouring small fish at times. It is advised to leave plenty of space between in and other corals as well. In general, Mushroom Corals requires low to moderate waterflow and…