You've set up your coral reef tank and it looks spectacular. But don't rest on your laurels - daily and weekly maintenance to make sure it stays that way.
With a coral reef tank, you need to think about the eating habits of all the inhabitants. Here are some tips to ensure they all get their fair share.
When you're starting out, the smartest thing to do is learn from others' mistakes. Minimize your reef keeping boo-boos and take some advice from the pros.
Feel like fragging? If you want to propagate your own coral, you sure do! This cost-effective practice lets you grow your own coral.
You want to start a coral reef tank, but you're not sure where to start. Here are five types of coral that are great for beginners.
An underwater, eye-dazzling view! Available in all the colors of the rainbow, hard corals can turn your tank into a brilliant spectrum of wonder.
You've spent a lot of time and money on your aquarium. Don't let nasty parasites take over - use Coral RX to drip your coral before adding it to your reef.
When it comes to making a choice between soft or hard, it's not just a question for tacos. For coal reefing, are you going to go with soft or hard coral?
Broccoli, bubbles and... open brains? These are just a few coral types that will bloom in your aquarium and give your reef environment life.
Amazing things come in smaller packages. If you live in a smaller space and you're a coral enthusiast, set up a nano reef tank.
Pairing the right fish with the right coral makes for a vibrant and healthy aquarium. Here's what saltwater fish will enjoy your coral reef tank.