Hello all. I've spent much of the summer away from the site, taking care of personal issues and health and just getting things straight for me. I have also spent some of that time working towards this new favorite set up of mine. Initially, there was a little turmoil and pushback and stressed arguments over the placement of this tank, due to that, my plans got pushed back by nearly a month. I played things smart though, let it go and learned a better re-approach for hubs approval. Once I got it... Read More
A new green terror growout tank made out of few of the things leftover from the other tanks!
Its growing out 6 green terrors at the moment.
would love to know what you all think of it
Article and pictures by Hamza Poonwalla; original thread located here: http://hydraforum.com/forum/new-green... Read More
One of the things I get asked most often is HOW to feed many of the small, prey driven fish that I sell and write about. While there are wide ranges of excellent prepared foods and gelatinized foods... more
This hardsscape tittled "Inferno" may look like a simple hardscape tank but it is probably the most challenging tank we have done till date...mainly because of the shape of the tank.The tank an almost triangle shape seemed difficult even to make.After multiple discussions with the glass supplier we decided to give it a shot.Some lovely large pieces of driftwood, rocks and sand completed the decor.Our custom leds were tweaked to give this "flaming" look to make the tank look almost like a living fireplace!
This week we talked about live food cultures for our wet pets, why we think it is important, and what you will receive should you purchase any of our Hydra food cultures. We also get to see some of Nature's Replica's product line and Chelsea shows us how rocks turn purple.... Is there even a guess as to which one of us doesn't like all of the cultured food??