How do I Acclimate my Copepods?
Hobbyists are often told to carefully acclimate new additions to their aquarium. Fish and inverts such as snails and shrimp need to be acclimate (corals do not), but what about copepods? Are you supposed to drip acclimate them or float them? Do they ...
Why is My Chaeto Brittle or Crumbling?
Growing macroalgae in your aquarium as part of your filtration system can prove to be very beneficial. Macroalgae such as chaeto can help with nutrient export, gas exchange, providing a habitat for copepods, and cleaning the water of harmful ...
Will my filtration / pumps kill the Copepods?
A lot of hobbyists, especially those with a mandarin or other finicky fish, find themselves concerned that their pumps or filtration system will kill copepods, causing a smaller population. Is this something you should be worried about, or is it ...
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How do I Acclimate my Macroalgae?
For a lot of hobbyists, macroalgae is a critical part of their reef aquarium filtration. Macroalgae serves many purposes, such as removing nutrients from the water, competing with pest algae, providing a habitat for copepods, and becoming a ...