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Reef Aquariums: Special Considerations

posted: 05/15/12
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The complex reef ecosystem is more difficult to duplicate in an aquarium than many of the other aquatic systems. Unique water quality and environment issues need to be managed through special procedures and equipment. When properly set up and maintained, reef aquariums alive with fish, coral, and invertebrates are well worth the extra effort.

- Calcium and Alkalinity: Methods to Achieve Proper Levels

- Calcium Reactors

- Colors of Corals: Light, Chlorophyll, and Other Pigments

- Copepods: "Bugs" in a Reef Aquarium

- Coral Aggression

- Placement of Corals in the Reef Tank

- Trace Elements and Supplements

- Water Motion in a Reef Tank: Benefits and Equipment

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