Posts Tagged ‘ecoxotic’
Mr. Saltwater Tank’s Coverage of MACNA 2014 Part 4
The final installment of my MACNA 2014 coverage including an interview about dinoflagellates, and a budget-concious LED light
Mr. Saltwater Tank’s Coverage of MACNA 2013 Part 2
Part 2 of my MACNA 2013 coverage continues with interviews from Neptune Systems, My Reef Creations, Hydor, CAD lights, Ecoxotic, and Current USA. Oh, make sure you catch the outtakes.
Note: For the best viewing experience, watch the show in …Read more
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Covers MACNA 2012
Each fall, the Marine Aquariums Conference of North American, aka “MACNA” roll around and each fall, reef junkie, reef enthusiasts and tank dabblers travel far and wide to attend.. Why would they do that? Because of the wide variety of …Read more
Some of This, a Little of That and NONE of Something Else (An update on Mr. Saltwater Tank’s 235g Tank)
I’m not coming out of the closet, but my tank is!
In this episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank TV, I update you on my 235 gallon tank including my marine velvet survivors. I’ll show you what’s changed, what I’ve left …Read more
Mr. Saltwater Tank’s Coverage of MACNA 2011
Iowa might be known for corn, but for 3 days in September 2011, saltwater aquariums were all that could be seen for isles around.
Correction: The clownfish fins that are black are the pelvic fins, NOT the caudal fins like …Read more
Sway Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee: Anemones in Saltwater Tanks
My favorite animal for saltwater tanks has plenty of beauty and even more bite.
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #49: Work it! Work it!
Strike the pose and document it!
Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #48: I’m a Little Brother and Don’t Forget About Me
Don’t overlook these guys.
Mr. Saltwater Tank Covers SeaMax 2011
Leaving southern Texas in the heat of summer is a given. Then combine the escape trip with a stop at the first ever Seattle Marine Aquarium Expo and you have a reef keeper’s weekend get away.
Mr. Saltwater Tank Unveils the SEXY Tank
You asked for some Mr. Saltwater Tank TV shows on nano and all in one tanks. Not a problem…but if you think I’m going to let it go at that, you’re crazy!