Category Archives: Inverterbrates

Do clown fish really need Sea anemones? (Symbiotic analysis)

Introduction The amazing thing about the ecosystem is the interdependence between species and their adaptations to the surrounding nature. It is a clear perspective of life. Symbiosis can be easily defined as a relationship of mutual benefit. In ecology however, it is used to define a state of close and prolonged association between two or more organisms of different species that normally benefits both members. This definition drives me to my next point. Classification of symbiotic relationships There are three major classifications Read More...

Why you need a cleaner crew in your aquarium fish tank

Most people take pride in crispy clean aquarium fish tanks and will go to great lengths to keep their aquariums clean. There are simpler ways to clean your aquarium and it involves adding some cleaner(s) crew into your tank. This will improve your tank in the following ways; Ornamental The beauty of an aquarium is first of all its appeal. Some of the marine species are quite colorful and will vibrant. They add enough life to light up any aquarium. Common Read More...

Trochus Snail

They feed on film algae (both green and brown), diatoms, macro algae and to some extent cyano bacteria. Read More...

“There is nothing new under the sun”

15 of these cleaners can clear a tank of up to 300 litres and still demand more bacteria to chew on. They are safe to keep and a must have functional animal for all aquariums Read More...