by Transposh - translation plugin for wordpress

Aquarium Threats

/Aquarium Threats

Dinoflagellates in the marine aquarium. What are they and how to combat them?

Dinoflagellates, good or bad? Dinoflagellates are protists organisms -those that do not fit within the three natural kingdoms: animalia, plantae or fungus- with ability to move with rotating movements. All dinoflagellates have the common feature of having two flagella located at right angles allowing them to perform such rotational movement which makes them easily recognizable (although some [...]

By | April 16th, 2018|Aquarium Threats|0 Comments

Bubble algae, smart raiders

You should not ignore emerge as small, glowing spheres isolated, usually clinging to the rock, lack of movement and very decorative. It can take weeks and even months without this situation varies, but suddenly, one day we discover that the aquarium rock are upholstered by these small green pearls (and the less common brown and red). In [...]

By | August 13th, 2015|Aquarium Threats|0 Comments

Threats in the aquarium. Bryopsis

A pretty ubiquitous as any alga and delicate appearance, similar to a bird's feather. But with an incredibly fast growing rate and expandability, bryopsis is one of the major threats to the marine aquarium. With outstanding reproductive capacity, bryopsis is able to multiply rapidly in a sexual way (by means of the [...]

By | June 9th, 2015|Aquarium Threats|1 Comment

Polyclad worms, your worst nightmare

Unsavory neighbours. That go completely unnoticed until it is too late. The polyclads Polyclad or worms are a type of flatworm that normally comes with bad intentions. This odd name refers to its characteristic internal network of gastro-vesicular cavities (poly-clad) connected to its mouth, allowing them to distribute throughout their body the food they are eating. [...]

By | May 28th, 2015|Aquarium Threats|2 Comments