Anatomy of a Mudskipper Habitat
AFI contributing author Stephen G. Noble discusses how he created one of his mudskipper habitats
How to Get Rid of Cloudy Aquarium Water
Follow these important tips for crystal clear aquarium water.
Cultivating Your Own Fish Food
Learn what you need to feed your fish only the best.
As long as they are acclimated to salt slowly, many plants can withstand brackish conditions.
How to Convert an Aquarium to a Paludarium
Paludariums are ideal for keeping aquatic and semi-aquatic plants and amphibians.
The Aquabotanist: How to Attach Java Fern to a Rock or Log
Attaching java fern requires a bit of string and a solid base.
Aquabotanist: How to Keep Emersed Growth Pest Free
The best way to deal with plant pests is to eliminate conditions that make them happy.
The Aquabotanist: How to Securely Root Plants in an Aquarium
Most aquatic gardeners have encountered the frustration of plants that just won't remain rooted in the substrate.
The Aquabotanist: Low vs High Tech Planted Tanks Explained
Low tech is a more natural, slower approach to growing aquatic plants while high tech is more involved.
Three Types of Habitats for Your Mudskipper
Caring for mudskippers requires a little extra work, but they are actually easy to keep in a simple habitat, a beach setup or a paludarium.
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