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  • Finnex Ray 2 Ultra Slim, High Output LED (DS) Review

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    Finnex Ray 2 24 inch

    If you're tired of looking at big, black, boxes hanging over your aquarium and would like something a bit more unobtrusive, then look no further. Finnex, has come out with a new line of high output LED fixtures that don't overwhelm the tank. But will they grow plants?

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  • Hagen Fluval View Review

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    Fluval View

    The Hagen Fluval View, is not quite an "out of the box" setup, but almost....the only things lacking are plants, water, fish, and gravel.

    Kit Includes

    • 3.96 gallon, oval shaped, plastic tank, with removable cover
    • Integrated filtration system with day and night, LED lighting
    • 2 filter cartridges
    • Water conditioner
    • Biological supplement
    • 17 1/4 inches wide X 9 inches deep X 15 1/4 inches tall

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  • Two Stripe Pygmy Goby Care and Diet

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    Two Stripe Pygmy Goby (Eviota bifasciata)

    We have searched online for hours, but have been unable to find very much information regarding these tiny fish. With that being said, we'll post what we have found and the rest, we'll just have to learn together!

    • Temperament: Peaceful
    • Reef safe: Yes
    • Native to: Western Pacific (inhabits reefs and can usually be found hovering over corals and/or sponges)
    • Lifespan: ?
    • Care: ? (ours have been very easy to care for and appear to be quite hardy)
    • Size: 1"
    • Hangs Out: All over the tank, but with a tendency towards the mid to bottom regions
    • Diet: Carnivore

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  • Mr Aqua LED Slim Design (3 Series) Review

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    Mr Aqua Slim Design LED

    The latest addition to the Mr Aqua lineup of aquatic lighting is the MA3 series, AKA, the Mr Aqua, Slim Design LED. Some ingenious person came up with the idea of hinging the brackets; this allows the light to be flipped up, and out of the way during maintenance. Anyone with a small tank will really appreciate this feature! The light comes in an array of sizes, and since the legs are adjustable, (sliding up and down a track) it will fit a variety of tanks.

    Available Sizes:

    • MA-331 17" X 5" X 3" Price: $74.04
    • MA-332 23" X 5" X 3" Price: $111.12
    • MA-333 34 1/2" X 5" X 3" Price: $156.10
    • MA-334 48" X 5" X 3" Price: $182.68

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  • Zebra Shrimp Care And Diet

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    Zebra Shrimp (Caridina cf. Babaulti var. stripes)

    Not often seen at your local pet or fish store, this caridina can sometimes be difficult to come by. If you do happen to run across them, our best advice is to get as many as you can (you won't be sorry)!!!

    • Lifespan: 1-2 years
    • Size: 3/4-1"
    • Native to: India
    • Hangs out: Mostly lower to mid level of the tank
    • Diet: Omnivore

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How To Make Snail Jello


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  • Snail Jello

    Ummm, ummm, good! At least to snails and shrimp it is! Below is the basic recipe for snail Jello. There are any number of ways this could be modified for fish, frogs, etc.; use your imagination and have fun. Here's a link to more recipes should you wish to further explore the gourmet world of fish food recipes. Added note--I made the basic recipe and was surprised at how well the "Jello" cubes held together and didn't dirty up the tank.

Snail Jello

Ingredients

1 jar of baby food (4-6 oz) the higher the calcium level, the better

1 tsp fish food (may be omitted)

Calcium or vitamin supplements (I used calcium gel tabs for humans--just cut the ends off and squirted out the gel)*

1 packet (1 tablespoon) unflavored gelatin

Directions

1. Empty baby food into a small, flat bottomed, bowl and heat in microwave for 60 seconds.

2. Slowly stir in unflavored gelatin, crushing any lumps with back of spoon.

3. Next, you'll want to add in the calcium supplements and/or vitamins. Once that's done, fold in the fish food (if using).

4. Refrigerate for several hours , then cut into small cubes.

5. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve. These can also be frozen and will keep in the freezer for about a month.

* Reptile calcium supplements, can also be used.

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