Critter Spotlight: Pervagor janthinosoma
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What is Saltcorner?
Saltcorner is a website that is dedicated to the hobby of marine aquarium keeping and is the creation of aquarium author Bob Goemans, who has written a column of the same name for many years.
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Horses in My Aquariums
By Bob Goemans
First printed in TFH, November 2006 Like most long-term aquarists, every once and awhile I get a desire to maintain a fish species that requires quite different environmental conditions than most of the other ‘ordinary’ species generally kept in my aquariums. This usually meant establishing a totally separate aquarium environment that suited a specific type of fish. And when this desire about 20 years ago concerned seahorses, it was oblivious they would require not only an environment dedicated to their needs, but that I additionally needed to do some research as to their diet and gen...read more.See other Articles.
The 'Living' Marine Aquarium Manual
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Book Review of Aquarium Keeping & Rescue, The Essential Saltwater Handbook & Log
By Carl DelFavero
TITLE: Aquarium Keeping & Rescue, The Essential Saltwater Handbook & Log AUTHOR: Carl DelFavero PUBLISHER: T.F.H. Publications/Microcosm Ltd. (2005) ISBN 1-890087-49-1 PAGES: 112 PRICE: $19.95 No matter what your level of expertise, a good, non-technical how-to-do-it 'guide' has a place in your personal aquarium book library. And the author, Carl DelFavero, with over thirty years experience, provides just that with an uncomplicated well written text that is abundantly illustrated with color photographs, diagrams, charts, and drawings. The beauty of this book is not in its color phot...read more.See other Reviews.
Q&A Letter Spotlight
Tom Topping (Northern Ireland) writes to Bob about: Stocking Recommendations
Dear Bob, Please could you tell me is there any star fish or anemones I could keep in my set up. It's a 180 Vision tank with an Eheim 2233 and a Fluval 304 filter and a pump driven protein skimmer. I have a cleaner wrasse, two clowns, one banggi, one dart fish, a boxer shrimp and a blood shrimp, all doing well. Tom Topping, Northern Ireland [response] Hi Tom, Thanks for your letter and when it comes to anemones, I usually recommend to those that have 'planned' for their use, to place them in the aquarium prior to adding any other type of livestock. The reason for this is they w...read more.See other Letters and Answers.