Any ring true for you? http://blog.aquanerd.com/2014/02/ten-more-signs-you-are-an-aquarium-nerd.html
Any ring true for you? http://blog.aquanerd.com/2014/02/ten-more-signs-you-are-an-aquarium-nerd.html
Pet Smart - http://blackfriday.com/stores/petsmart/flyers/black-friday
Pico Aquariums - http://www.nano-reef.com/topic/336962-pico-aquariums-black-friday-specials/
Marine Depot - http://www.marinedepot.com/aquarium_marine_depot_specials_clearance-ap.html
Bulk Reef Supply - http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/specials.html
Petco - http://www.theblackfriday.com/ads/petco/petco-black-friday-ad1.shtml
World Wide Corals - Cyber Monday - http://www.worldwidecorals.com/
Pacific East Aquaculture - http://www.pacificeastaquaculture.com/prodList.asp?idcategory=4&pMaxItemsPerPage=1000
Premium Aquatics - http://premiumaquatics.com/store/merchant.mvc
Aquariumplants.com - http://www.aquariumplants.com/
Are you one of those people who loves to talk about your fish, corals, aquariums? Do your friends, family & co-workers wish you would shut up about the ph levels of your tank or why you can’t get your mandarin to target feed? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you - We are seeking highly motivated Content Editor to help us provide quality aquarist related information to our wikistyle database and website. You will be responsible for using our in-house content tools to enter, classify, and edit species information & post content related to the world of aquaria. You will also be proactive in searching out information that our users may find of interest and providing editorial discretion to ensure we provide quality, informative information. This is totally flexible for a hobbyist looking to share what they know & love about fish, aquariums,etc.. Email us at email@example.com if you are interested or want to hear more about what we are looking for.
And the winners are ....
First Place: waz7r's tank - http://aquarist.me/toki/rainbows-n-unicorn/photo/2409
Second Place: altum's tank - http://aquarist.me/altum/rage/photo/2399
Third Place: funked_up's tank - http://aquarist.me/funk/8-15-13/photo/2442
Fourth Place: waul's tank - http://aquarist.me/waul/iwagumi/photo/2434
Thanks to everyone who participated & voted. Special shout out to http://marinedepot.com & the http://reddit.com/r/PlantedTank moderators for all of their support of this contest. Please send us any suggestions or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is the link to the all the details you need to get entered to win 1 of 4 $25 gift cards from http://Marinedepot.com:
Submission deadline is tomorrow, May 4th at Noon EST.
Aquarist.me is teaming up with http://MarineDepot.com & http://reddit.com/r/PlantedTank for this month's planted tank photo contest. Get those cameras out, take an amazing shot, & you could win a $25 gift card from Marine Depot.
Read all about how to get entered here: http://www.reddit.com/r/PlantedTank/comments/1dfa1e/sponsored_rplantedtank_aquascape_contest_may_2013/
One of our online friends, http://nanoreefblog.com, features a worthy nano tank periodically on their blog. If you would like for us to share your tank to possibly be featured, post your reply here or email email@example.com
Our Lights, Camera, Aquarium contest sponsor, http://mpix.com, is offering free USPS shipping with any $15 or more purchase to any aquarists interested. :) Use code AQUARIST13. This coupon code is good from today until April Fool's Day. This can be used on any photo you have & want to do something special with not just your aquarium ones!!
Our Lights, Camera, Aquarium contest is drawing to a close tonight at Midnight PST. However, that still leaves plenty of time to vote on your favorite & even post up a last minute entry.
Check out the competition or just vote on your favorite, visit
There is also still time to get in on the action & win our Lights, Camera, Aquarium contest. Get those cameras out & post those pictures for your chance to win a 24"X36" canvas print of it.
We are teaming up with http://mpix.com & http://reddit.com/r/ReefTank to offer you a chance to turn one of your aquarium photos into a work of art. Get those cameras out, take an amazing photo, & you could win a 24" x 36" canvas gallery wrapped print to decorate your walls.
The Prize: 24" x 36" Canvas Gallery Wrapped Print of your Photo provided by mpix
We are joining forces with http://mpix.com & http://reddit.com/r/reeftank to offer you a chance to win one of your aquarium photos turned into a gorgeous 24 X 36 gallery wrapped piece of art. Get your account created so you will be ready to post your picture when the clock strikes Noon EST on Friday. We have put together this easy to follow guide on how to get started on the site - http://www.slideshare.net/aquarist_me/aqua4 if you haven't created an account already. Otherwise, get those cameras ready & be on the lookout for more details to come on how to get your picture in the running.
This day is dragging so I decided to check out the online retailers to see what kinds of deals they have going on.
If you are in the market to save a little $ on some online aquarist purchases, it seems http://www.MarineDepotLive.com has lowered their prices up to 65% (savings of up to $155 on some corals). Be sure to enter coupon code WELOVECORALS to save an additional 20% off your order! - http://ow.ly/iAU0L.
Our buddies at Bulk Reef Supply are offering 10% off Metal Halides Bulbs, Ballast, & Reflectors.
LiveAquaria has their weekly specials up for corals, fish, plants, etc. http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/aquarium-fish-supplies.cfm?c=747
Petco is running up to 25% off on their aquariums, 33% on lighting, 20% of live stuff - http://www.petco.com/Fish-Home.aspx
Got a few minutes to kill this afternoon or sick of watching stuff on Netflix? The last few days Advanced Aquarist has featured some articles with videos from diver/videographer, liquidguru. He has captured some amazing things on video & I have killed a good part of my afternoon checking out his site. Enjoy!!
http://www.liquidguru.com/ His website
http://www.advancedaquarist.com/blog/if-you-thought-big-bristleworms-were-scary This one might give you nightmares
Our Lights, Camera, Aquariums contest start date of March 15th is fast approaching so here are some articles that might give you an edge over the competition in photographing your aquarium, corals, fish, etc:
http://www.advancedaquarist.com/2012/7/photography - Aquarium Photography: Five Tips for Better Images
We are partnering with http://mpix.com & http://reddit.com/r/reeftank to offer you a chance to win a 24X36 canvas gallery wrapped print to decorate your walls. Hope these articles come in handy in helping you take that prize winning photo.
We are teaming up with mpix.com & reddit.com/r/reeftank to offer you a chance to turn one of your aquarium photos into a work of art. Get those cameras out, start taking photos & you could win a 24 x 36 canvas gallery wrapped print to decorate your walls.
Contest will begin on March 15th.
Forget Loch Ness, we have monster goldfish in Lake Tahoe from Advanced Aquarist - http://www.advancedaquarist.com/blog/monster-goldfish-roam-lake-tahoe
For those folks who always wanted to be a superhero, Aquaman suits someday soon from Advanced Aquarist - http://www.advancedaquarist.com/blog/designer-creates-oceanwings-a-wingsuit-for-flying-underwater
Aquarium Eye Candy Wanted & we made signups super easy - http://aquarist.me/users/sign_up
It isn't safe to go in the Lego water. Thanks Reef Builders - http://www.youtube.com/embed/AaaitgKbr8k?feature=oembed
The benefits of having a Nano Reef from Nanoreefblog - http://www.nanoreefblog.com/random/benefits-of-a-nano-reef-aquarium
Do corals need to fit in? from Aquanerd- http://blog.aquanerd.com/2013/02/what-type-of-coral-is-it-really.html
Which fish should you add to your nano from Nanoreefblog - http://www.nanoreefblog.com/features/fish-features/fishes-for-the-nano-reef-aquarium
Ummm yeah this guy really is an idiot from Advanced Aquarist - http://www.advancedaquarist.com/blog/drunk-idiot-climbs-into-hotel-aquarium-video
Oooohhhhhh Ahhhhhhh--blue tomato clownfish from Advanced Aquaristhttp://www.advancedaquarist.com/blog/the-blue-tomato-clownfish
Real or knockoff Peppermint Angelfish from Aquanerd.com http://blog.aquanerd.com/2013/02/peppermint-angelfish-at-blue-harbor.html
When drowning filter noise out with Spotify at max level doesn't work anymore from Aquarist Magazine -http://aquaristmagazine.com/how-to-solve-aquarium-filter-noise/
The Story Behind Jason's Isley's Awesome Underwater Miniature Photos from 3reef.com- http://www.3reef.com/forums/3reef-radar/story-behind-jason-isleys-underwater-toy-figure-photos-143876.html
More of Jason's shots if you haven't seen them yet-http://thewondrous.com/the-most-amazing-underwater-miniatures-from-jason-isley/
Marine Depot went back live with Marine Depot Live after a 4 year hiatus-Read up on it http://www.advancedaquarist.com/blog/marine-depot-live-is-reborn-we-interview-marine-depot or Visit http://www.marinedepotlive.com/
A handicapped goldfish gets his own wheelchair - http://perezhilton.com/teddyhilton/2013-02-07-disabled-goldfish-underwater-wheelchair
A 4 year hunger strike -get this isopod a cheeseburger - http://japandailypress.com/giant-underwater-isopod-on-4-year-hunger-strike-frustrating-japanese-aquarium-0822981
Before buying a filter, a heater, or any other lifeless piece of equipment, it may be of some use to do a little research, just so you buy the right one. However, when buying livestock, that is fish and invertebrates, you need to research thoroughly before you buy. This is essential in order to avoid unnecessary suffering and death in your aquarium. Here's what you need to know before buying a new fish or invertebrate.
The first thing you need to know are the water requirements for the animal in question. You need to be absolutely sure that it is either suitable for the water your current fish are swimming around in or, if possible, that you can provide water with the parameters it needs in a new aquarium. This includes the Ph, hardness, temperature, oxygen levels, and salinity. The water parameters must be suitable for ALL of the fish housed in any single aquarium. An average will not always work, especially for particular and demanding species.
Size is something else you may with to devote some attention to. If your aquarium is a small 10 gallon tank, it would be foolish to think you could keep something that grows large, like many catfish species or a pleco in there without having to give it away when it gets too big.