We will step by step “Rid” your tank of hair algae and hopefully, restore the aquarium to a place where the hair algae problem does not return.
Public Aquarist Jay Hemdal looks to bring information from the public aquarium world to the home aquarist, and starts by defining what an aquarist really is!
My growing tank of captive-bred mandarins remains peaceful, easily fed, and becomes more colorful each day. It’s quite amazing, considering that just a few months ago I was firmly convinced that mandarinfishes were poor candidates for the aquarium life, let alone captive breeding.
Can the aquarium trade afford to be responsible for causing the extinction of a marine fish species? The answer is and emphatic “No.”
Nonnative Wildlife Invasion Prevention Act, HR6311, seeks to prevent the introduction of invasive species through a mixture of white lists and possession bans, which could have dire consequences for the aquarium industry and hobby.