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Bryopsis Buster
Articles

Bryopsis Algae – A Cure

Bryopsis algae. Classified as macroalgae, B. pennata and B. plumosa, as it’s formally called, is quite difficult to properly identify and eradicate from your aquarium.

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Noctiluca scintillans
Articles

Dinoflagellates – Part 2

Dinoflagellates behave just like algae and absorb your tanks carbon dioxide and convert it to oxygen. That’s why you see so many bubbles on and around them. If you lower your tanks Co2 and take that source away and remove the light source for a few days, one type of dinoflagellate will suffer. However, as you haven’t identified the type or types (you could have more than one) you have in your tank you will not know the best way to get rid of them.

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Dinoflagellates Zooplankton
Articles

Dinoflagellates Zooplankton – Part 1

Dinoflagellates have an infamous reputation for aquarium hobbyists and there is a good reason why. Dino’s are essentially a type of algae that grow and reproduce in your tank and some species are even parasites on zooplankton, fish or other organisms.

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Rotifers Zooplankton
Skills & Knowledge

Rotifers: All You Need To Know

Rotifers: Essential Guide to Their Behavior, Diet, and Lifecycle Dive into the fascinating world of Rotifers Zooplankton, microscopic organisms that play a pivotal role in

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Amphipods Scrubbers Pack
Articles

Amphipods Behaviour & Diet

What are Amphipods? Amphipods are captivating creatures, often unseen but vital in aquatic environments. These tiny, diverse organisms are fascinating due to their unique behaviours

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Live Food for Aquarium Fish
Articles

Live Food for Aquarium Fish

Diving into the World of Live Foods for Aquarium Fish Providing optimal nutrition for your aquarium fish is paramount for their health and vitality. While

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Lighting for Algae Cultures
Culturing

Lighting for Algae Cultures

Understanding Light and Photosynthesis Discussing illumination for photosynthesis essentially revolves around Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR). PAR encompasses light photons ranging in wavelength from 400 to

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