Aquarium Photography As aquarists, we love to show off our fish and our aquascaping skills. With the widespread use of social media, such as Instagram and Facebook this has become easier than ever. But how do you get the best shot of your fish? There are loads of additional challenges when taking pictures of our fish, glare from the glass, fish moving too fast, the list goes on.
Vinegar Eels - Fry Food How to feed fish fry is a common concern for aquarists, particularly if you haven't bred fish before. With the fry of many species being so tiny, they can be difficult to feed, especially as their natural instinct does not tell them that flakes and pellets are food. So what do we feed them?
The Convict Cichlid The Convict Cichlid is often described as the best starter Cichlid in the hobby. There are loads of reasons why this is the case, they are robust, adaptable, and downright amusing most of the time. Convicts are small, easy to keep, easy to feed and they are readily available in shops. It's very rare to walk around an aquarium shop without seeing a convict or two.
Aquarium heaters - The basics For those of you who have kept aquariums for a while. You will no doubt know enough about heaters. But for those who are brand new to Tropical fish, you may have a few (or many) questions about them. A little knowledge behind heaters is always useful, certainly if you're just starting out.
Running a Fish room Running a Fish room is a dream for most aquarists. With this being such an addictive hobby, it can easily go from getting your first tank to having multiple tank syndrome very quickly. The issue is that this hobby isn't the cheapest. With external filters costing 100's of pounds alone, there are running costs to consider too.
A video guide to breeding Goldfish from Marks aquatics
A video guide to breeding Neon Tetra
How to make your own fish food - by @davescichlids.
Green Aqua guide you step-by-step in how to build a nice nano aquascape. Aquarium setup from hardscape selection, through substrates and plant selection to the actual planting.
This video walks you through the build process from start to finish, showing you what products and plants we have used, and how to layout hardscape and plants to create an attractive design.
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