Saltwater aquariums/fish – Your questions answered
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Frequently asked questions
The answer to that question is that you really only need around 10-20 pounds of live rock to set up a saltwater tank. But there are some variables that I will point out to explain.
More info in the article here.
Yes. It is very important to perform water changes on a regular basis.
In order to keep a successful reef tank you must keep up with proper husbandry and maintenance. This includes performing water changes.
Here is a guide to performing water changes.
Yes they are!
For more info on the Foxface Rabbitfish check out our guide here.
There are 3 ways to lower alkalinity. Water change, Add organic acid, wait it out.
Read more here.
Clownfish can eat bloodworms in small portions every now and then. Only feed bloodworms to clownfish as a treat and never as a staple food.
Yes, you can have too many corals in a saltwater tank. Keeping several corals that are jammed packed together will lead to many different problems including aggression and poor water quality.
There is no exact amount of time a reef tank can go without power. There are too many variables. Every tank is different. But on average you can expect your fish to suffer from oxygen depletion in as little as 4 hours. If you have corals in the tank, they will start having health problems after 2 days without light.