Native marine aquaria are pretty scarce. Little information exists on how to be successful in maintaining healthy coldwater marine systems in domestic aquaria.

Hopefully this record of my failures, triumphs and ideas will assist others interested in keeping some of our fascinating, beautiful and often little known sea denizens in aquariums.

Sunday, 14 August 2011

New Pictures

The Goldsinny chabges colour rapidly, when excited for any reason it adopts the spotted colouration seen here. In this case a mussel has been opened and dropped into the tank. The smaller corkwing wrasse often shadows the larger wrasse whilst the mullet and 2 spot gobies hang around hoping for scraps.

Here the strawberry anemone can be seen next to a mussel bed with the corkwing wrasse

Beadlet anemone

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