Inspired by a few passionate green thumbs, the EcoPico Plant was created specifically for aquarists wanting a clean, modern freshwater planted biotope.
The Dwarf Orange Crayfish, Cambarellus patzcuarensis “Orange,” is a petite and colorful crustacean that is not as well known to freshwater aquarists as it should be, but that it makes a sassy and active addition to a nano aquarium. While some crayfish and “mini lobsters” can be destructive, this species has proved safe with plants, fishes, and other invertebrates.
A first look at the EcoQube C, a nano aquaponics aquarium that raised over $350,000 during the Kickstarter campaign to launch this second product from Aqua Design Innovations.
New contributor Than Thein breathes new life into a beat up old acrylic nano reef!
A pictorial rundown of the freshwater display aquariums created for the Orlando, Florida Expo at the of February 2020.
A pictorial rundown of saltwater display aquariums created for the Orlando, Florida Expo at the of February.
With a cuddly-cute common name probably dreamed up by a marketing whiz, not a botanist, Baby Panda Bamboo (Pogonatherum sp.) is neither bamboo nor food for pandas. With its tidy, feathery foliage, it is an excellent choice for planting the background of a nano riparium layout.
Endemic to the middle regions of the Congo Basin, Nanochromis teugelsi is a small, lovely, and rare cichlid in the aquarium hobby.
The MAX NANO features the very latest in reefkeeping technology including Red Sea’s all-new ReefLED™ 50 lighting, REEF-SPEC® filtration and circulation systems, an automatic top-off unit and an easy-access power center.
A product may be “eco” – that is, economical, ecological, good value and at the same time stylish and “chic”: TUNZE releases new Eco Chic Reef LED for nano aquariums