David's website is intended to catalog the maintenance and evolution
of three different reef aquaria, which includes information on the
hardware, upkeep, and the inhabitants of these tanks. The website
will soon include the chain of custody (where coral frags originated
from) for David's corals to facilitate the proper identification of
coral species in his care. This website also includes content on
conservation and what the reefkeepers can do to promote it. This is
a great site that has potential.
has put together a great site where he describes the progression of
his humungous 'Hole in the Wall' marine reef tank . . .Wow! J His
fantastic pictures of this progression really is impressive. You'll
also find some beautiful close-up images of some of the corals and
fish that he proudly takes care of. No guessing what's in his tank -
he lists all of the fish, inverts, and equipment he uses as well as maintains
the tank parameters here. Take a look!
has developed a fantastic
site for reef hobbyist. You will find
articles, suppliers, extensive page
on reef tank sites and much more!
While you are there, check out his
180 gallon tank! Nathan also has
an extensive list of links to coral
farmers - all reef hobby-ists should
take an interest in this! J
awesome display of coral reef
you'll want to wish you had! Len's
website is simply perfect AND professional. Visit his site and 'feel'
the enchantment of a 120 gallon
mini ocean! While there, check
out how Len walks you through a
setup of a Nano Tank! - Cool! J
site will get you feeling 'fuzzy'
all over! J
Dave is involved in
other hobbies, which leads me to
wonder how he has time to fit in
an awesome reef setup you will
see here! Dave named his 'reef'
based on the naming of one of his hobbies - A SCUBA diving site!)
primary goal is to help others
by explaining how he's been relatively successful at building and
maintaining an untraditional/inexpensive reef sys- tem and to emphasize the importance of being an
ethical and environmentally aware
cool and informative site.
The purpose of the website
help inform Marine Aquarium
hobbyists on what to avoid
hobby, what mistakes can be
made and how to prevent
The site also provides links to
sources of interest that
beneficial for all those interested
in saltwater/reef keeping.
A great little website
supported with a
reef diary and
some fantastic images. You'll
enjoy a page that shows the
progress of coral
growth as well
as info on the main tank system,
sump, refugium, propagation tray,
seahorse tank and circulation.
Brad's website is dedicated to his passion for coral reef aquariums.
His website is a personal blog that offers information on a variety
of DIY projects, that includes the construction of acrylic tanks,
sump and/or refugiums, tank stands as well as a reef aquarium picture gallery and more.
Dreams is a family owned
Local Fish Store in Spokane, Wa.
Operated by Kevin (a.k.a. KevinPo)
an individual well-known in the reef
keeping community. He's active in
major Reef Forums. Kevin has 150
types of aquacultered corals and
relies on his experience in this
hobby as well as his equipment to
maintain healthy livestock. If you're
in the area - I highly encourage
you to visit his shop!
is one of the best online fish
stores I've found on the net! As
well as getting the best shopping
experience for quality freshwater
and marine fish, corals, live rock
and sand, invertebrates and live
plants - you can find a wonderful
resource of information here to
help you in your hobby!
source of acrylic aquarium
fish tanks, wet dry - reef filters and
aquarium stands and canopies
used for marine, freshwater, coral
reef, and tropical fish tanks. Operated by a reputable friend of mine,
Jim Stime Jr., a well-known individual in the reef keeping field and
who became President of the Marine Aquarium Society of
Los Angeles in 1996. During his
tenure he created the largest
marine aquarium society website
A family owned business established in 1969. Their showroom
has 250 aquariums consisting of
freshwater and saltwater. The store
is located in the heart of the Monroeville Business District,
only 25 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh.
help to to buy, sell, and trade
propagated coral fragments for your reef aquariums? This is an excellent medium to do it at. The site
even provides this service for free.
Its provided as community service
and is developed and maintained
by hobbyists in the reef keeping
Reefer's Aquatics was founded in
1995 as Pensacola's
saltwater specialty store
has more then 25 years combined
experience building and maintaining
all over the Gulf Coast.
Dynamics is in the business of selling captive raised corals! The
owner's goal is to ensure that hobbyists and others can enjoy reef
aquariums in their homes, lobbies and offices without generating
stress on the worlds troubled coral reefs! Their captive raised
corals are superior to those retrieved from wild reefs and a
majority of the corals at Coral Dynamics are 5th- 6th generation
Saltwater Aquarium offers the newest designs in acrylic freshwater
and saltwater aquariums as well as bubbling and flowing desktop
fountains and waterfalls of various sizes and shapes. It's a unique
'store' that offers many unique products.
online store based in Perth, Australia, dedicated to supplying the
latest and greatest accessories, equipment and supplies for all
marine aquariums at the best price. Equipment such as protein
skimmers, pumps, filters, RO units, chillers, calcium dispensers and
power-heads are just a few things that are offered.
Home of the largest DIY Database on the net! Forums dedicated to
the aquarium hobbyist. DIY Projects for any type of aquaria
needs. An aquaria community were members can discuss, share, and
add to the many aspects of the fish keeping world.
is a forum dedicated to the
saltwater fish and marine reef
aquarium hobby. Here you can learn about reef aquarium setups
and maintenance as well as view
coral and marine fish photos. All
levels from beginner to advanced
are available to learn from.
site is designed to help reef
keeping hobbyists like yourself.
You can post your questions and answers regarding issues related to this awesome hobby.
This site will also keep you well
informed with upcoming events
in the 'field.' A very 'Active' and
growing community of reefers!
Saltcity is an online community where quality information about the
marine and reef aquarium hobby can be exchanged among all levels of
hobbyists from the beginner to the advanced. Their goal is to help
educate as many people about the saltwater aquarium hobby as humanly
possible and to enhance the awareness of the fragility of coral
reefs around the world.
The Aquarium of the Pacific is one
of the largest aquariums in the
United States. Its nearly 1,000 species fill 19 major habitats and 32 focus exhibits and takes visitors on a journey throughout the
Pacific Ocean's three regions:
Southern California/Baja, the Tropical Pacific, and the Northern
fish and goldfish including koi, male and female bettas, fancy
guppies, cichlids, aquarium plants,
angel fish, puffer fish, crabs, frogs
and many other inhabitants of
freshwater aquariums for sale online and shipped directly to your
address. This site also has fish
pictures, videos, and information
about keeping, breeding, and
caring for fish, preventing
diseases, and curing sick fish.
Fish Talk is an internet talk
show about keeping pet fish in
aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds.
Tom and Nevin Bailey host Pet
Fish Talk each Wednesday from
1:00 to 3:00 pm,Pacific Time, on
wsRadio.com, the world wide
leader in internet talk.
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