Everything that caught my eye on day one of MACNA 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana
Ready to glue down that new frag? Keep this in mind
Keeping Small Polyp Stony (SPS) corals doesn’t mean you have to kill a lot of them to get a couple that live. Starting with SPS that are good for reefers just getting into SPS is a great place to start. …Read more
When you make the leap from fish to corals, the selection is vast. There is plenty of pretty corals, yet some are pricey and die if you look at them wrong. To make the coral selection process easy on you, …Read more
There is corals and fish eye candy everywhere and World Wide Corals has made sure their corals stand the test of time.
That beautiful coral photo is staring at you on your computer or phone screen. It just looks…too good to be true. But how would you know if you can’t see it with your own eyes? To help you make an …Read more
MACNA 2016 took place in San Diego, California and I flocked to the left coast to see what the show had in store this year. Here’s part one of what I saw.
My tank is coming along and I wanted to fill you in on it’s progress.
Every tank I’ve ever run has at least one type of coral that it doesn’t like. No matter if the water parameters are perfect, the lighting and flow is right and no fish are picking on the coral, there are …Read more
Meat corals (Acanthophyllia deshayesiana) are a large polyp stony (LPS) coral that I love – even if they don’t sway in the current of your tank.
Sold as doughnut or button corals and often confused with Scollies (…Read more