by Tom Sarac Anyone can appreciate the art of aquascaping. When you consider the vast number of beautiful setups and the masterpieces created by aquatic artists such as Amano and Oliver Knott, it becomes clear that aquascaping is truly an art form. However, it also requires...

Starting with aquascaping is simple. Like other interest, it takes some time, dedication and extensive research study. The following write-up aims to depict the basic understanding related to aquascaping, from establishing the straightforward principles and policies of visual building and configuration, to introducing the fundamentals...

Hardscape tips and tricks More and more we are seeing amazing aquascapes,complex and intricate, faithful reproductions of live landscapes, or imaginary locations that delight us with their beauty. All this inside of an aquarium. For most of us the hobby has come far, from just grouping a bunch...

By Neale Monks Aquascaping is one of the dark arts of fishkeeping. Very few books talk about the subject at all, and what information is published is based around the 'Nature Aquarium' theme popularised by Japanese aquarist Takashi Amano. While his approach can work incredibly well,...

Originally posted on Home Aquaria - http://homeaquaria.com/best-saltwater-aquarium-fish/#ixzz5Y5gLsj1s When you hear home aquarium, you will automatically picture your standard fresh water tank full of goldfish and other familiar fish. This is a great start for anyone wanting to get into owning an aquarium, but what about a...

The Right Variety and Compatible Species By Shirlie Sharpe Nothing is more exciting than adding fish to a newly set up aquarium. However, the choices you make now will have a big impact on your success or failure. Unfortunately, many new fish owners make the wrong choices,...

Most fish live either in saltwater (oceans and seas) or freshwater (lakes, rivers, ponds and streams). Freshwater angelfish originate from the Amazon Basin, Orinoco Basin and various rivers in the Guiana Shield in South America. Image credit Blue Tangs are a saltwater fish commonly found in reefs...

The Yellow Tang is one of the most common saltwater fish, because of their striking color, fantastic shape, bold personalities and relative ease of care. They will add a pop of color to even the brightest reef tank. What you will find in this article Introduction ...

By Shirlie Sharpe - The Spruce Pets Algae growth is a fact of life that every aquarium owner will face sooner or later. Some algae growth is normal and healthy, but excess algae growth is unsightly and can be hazardous to fish and plants. What causes...