Join us for Hydra Radio this Friday, 9/19/14 (tomorrow!) at 8:00pm CST as Michael and Sam interview Phil Edwards, Planted Aquarium Guru, and all around nice guy!!
Phil has been around the planted aquarium hobby for years, and has duly gained a fantastic reputation for his knowledge and commitment to the hobby (and he's still a young guy!). He works at as a chemist by day, and has been on staff on websites such as AquaticPlantCentral.com and The HydraForum.com. He is... Read More
Teaser-Time, again! This one is easier, and relates to an important announcement we have coming up soon! Here's your hint, and see if you can guess what we are going reveal: "What do these pictures have in common?"
Michael: no telling!
NEW! Here Kitty-kitty! Small catfish Part 2 - Centromochlus reticulatus and perugiae
This is Part 2 of my blog, and a continuation of "Here Kitty-kitty! Small catfish - Aspidoras" from about one... more
Submitted by bronxzoofrank on Mon, 09/08/2014 - 16:05
What do you think? I’ve kept several hundred species in zoos and at home, but still often find it hard to make a clear recommendation…your thoughts appreciated. Read the rest of this article here http://bit.ly/1lRy5R4
Hi, Frank Indiviglio here. I’m a herpetologist, zoologist, and book author, recently retired from a career spent at several zoos, aquariums, and museums, including over 20 years with the Bronx Zoo.
Submitted by treeperson on Fri, 09/12/2014 - 13:12
I know for many people, myself included, that the dream of having a huge fancy garden probably isn't in the near future due to the lack of space. Now that doesn't mean that you can't have a garden at all. There are many options for people such as raised beds, container gardening, or the vertical garden which is becoming more and more popular especially for people with apartments. I've even been able to run an aquaponics system in an apartment successfully.
Submitted by StrangerSource on Sat, 08/16/2014 - 15:49
In the first post about this project i showed you the tank and the basic layout that i will be going for overall. But before we can start to build it we must first tear it down to bare bones and create this piece of art from the ground up!
This starts with the removal of the existing panes of glass so that the frame can be prepped for painting and reassembling.
Originally i thought that this tank still had its slate bottom in it as i had only really seen it in the dark and to my surprise i found that it did not it actually has a pebble glass pane for the bottom of it.