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  • iQuatics Dried Reef Rock - Rubble
    June 13, 2018 / 0 comment(s)

    Rock rubble can have a multitude of uses within your aquarium.

    Rock rubble can make a great addition to your sump, not only will it assist with your filtration but it provides a great place to for macro life such as Copepods to populate in relative safety, these will eventually find their way into your main aquarium providing that natural food source for your inhabitants.  

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  • iQuatics Dried Reef Rock - Plate
    June 13, 2018 / 0 comment(s)

    The holy grail!

    We all know the drill! Plan your scape out and finish it with a few nice pieces of plating rock.

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  • iQuatics Dried Reef Rock - Nano Packs
    June 13, 2018 / 0 comment(s)

    So your tank is not an 8x2x2, does that mean it’s any less important to get your aquascape correct?

    We say a big NO!

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  • iQuatics Dried Reef Rock - Mixed Boxes
    June 13, 2018 / 1 comment(s)

    You’ve decided that you want to use dried reef rock in your aquarium, but you are not sure if the aquascape you’ve spent hours planning is possible, the little sketches & cardboard cut outs look great but can you actually replicate them in the real world?

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  • I'm A Fish Geek T-Shirt Giveaway
    February 1, 2018 / 0 comment(s)

    We have a great little competition for you this week, how would you like your very own I'm A Fish Geek T-Shirt?

    Just see below for details.

     

    a Rafflecopter giveaway

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  • Preparing your Dried Reef Rock for use in your aquarium.
    January 30, 2018 / 1 comment(s)

    You’ve received your dried reef rock and you are eager to get things moving, there are few do’s & dont's when it comes to introducing dried reef rock and it depends on which stage you are at with your aquarium.

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  • Live Rock Vs Dried Reef Rock
    January 30, 2018 / 0 comment(s)

    For as long as we can remember Live rock has been the basis for many reef tanks, it’s biodiversity and it’s colour. It can be really exciting watching appears from the rock after it’s added to your aquarium.

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  • Christmas Delivery Dates 2017
    December 19, 2017 / 0 comment(s)

    It’s very nearly the time of year our team take a few days off to recharge the batteries, but that doesn't mean we stop sending out your orders! We will be shipping orders right through the Christmas period so whatever your plans for your aquariums over the holidays you shouldn't have to wait any more than a couple of days for your items from us. Continue reading

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  • The Science Behind Algae
    May 18, 2017 / 0 comment(s)

    At the expense of depressing aquarium fanatics the world over we are going to be focusing our blogs this month on algae… Now stick with us it's not all bad, in fact, we think that these algae-based blogs are going to change your life! We’ll be taking a look at how to control algae, identifying algae and even how it can be a positive! Starting today with the science behind algae, since like any other enemy, you will need to have done your research if you hope to dispatch of this foe.

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  • Promoting algae growth
    May 18, 2017 / 0 comment(s)

    Okay, we know that we have spent our last three blogs educating you about how to defeat algae so promoting algae may well catch you off guard. The fact of the matter is though lots of your organisms can benefit from consuming algae and if your fish food bill has grown to a substantial amount you may well benefit from letting your fish eat something that you don’t even need to provide! Okay without further ado let’s get into why algae growth can be great… stick with us we promise it's good stuff!

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