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    Which Twinstar LED Light is Best For You?

    Purchasing the perfect LED light for your planted tank is crucial to your scape’s success. That being said, we understand how the process of buying the right aquarium lighting can be overwhelming. With an abundance of brands and types, where...

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  • staurogyne repens tissue culture

    A Beginner's Guide to Tissue Culture Plants

    In the past, live aquatic plants were only available as potted or bunched plants at your local fish store. But in recent years, tissue culture plants have come onto the scene and rapidly gained popularity in the hobby.Tissue culture plants,...

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  • How to Get Rid of Cyanobacteria in Aquariums

    How to Get Rid of Cyanobacteria in Aquariums

    If your freshwater aquarium has been taken over by a thick layer of blueish-green algae, you may be dealing with a cyanobacteria outbreak. There are a wide range of causes behind cyanobacteria (commonly referred to as blue-green algae) such as...

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  • freshwater community fish

    Top 10 Fish for a Community Tank

    What makes a great freshwater fish for a community tank setup? The best fish for community tanks often have shared characteristics. Many of them are naturally peaceful schooling fish that aren't territorial. Popular community tank species often aren't timid or shy...

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  • Top 8 Plants for Breeding Aquarium Fish

    Top 8 Plants for Breeding Aquarium Fish

    Live aquatic plants are a great addition to any aquarium, but they can be especially beneficial in aquarium fish breeding. Not only do plants simulate a natural breeding environment for many fish species, but they can also be used to establish safe...

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  • green water in fish tank

    How to Get Rid of Green Water in Aquariums

    If your aquarium water has suddenly turned the color of pea soup, it means green water has infested your planted tank. This happens due to an unexpected population explosion of tiny floating algae called phytoplankton. Getting rid of green water...

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  • aquarium hardscape with mountain stone

    5 Guidelines for Aquarium Hardscaping

    Designing an aquascape that truly emulates nature can be a challenge, but it's one that's well worth the effort. As humans, we tend to prefer order and symmetry, with everything neatly arranged in grids and straight lines. However, when it...

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