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An aquarium (plural aquariums or aquaria) is a vivarium consisting of at least one transparent side in which water-dwelling plants or animals are kept (wikipedia)

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Links to Aquarium Societies and Hobbyists and more updates:

Links to Aquarium Societies and Hobbyists:

Honolulu Aquarium Society

 

Discussion Forum

How long do snail eggs last?

Someone has sent me an inquiry about snails and I'd like to request the members of our Aquarium interest group to please help me answer him and many thanks in advance. Here is what he wrote me:How long do snail eggs last?I have a fish aquarium. I…Continue

Tags: bacteria, aquarium, eggs, snail

Started by Dr. Tetsuzan Benny Ron Jul 13, 2015.

NOAA seeks input on its 5-Year Strategic Plan for R & D

U.S. Marine Ornamental Aquaculture Supporters:  NOAA is developing its 5-year strategic plan for research and development.  Please review, comment, and make sure your voice is heard!  Aquaculture is covered on pp. 45-46 of the plan.…Continue

Started by Paul Anderson May 17, 2013.

Red Sea launches the MAX S- series Plug&play aquariums

After a long wait Red Sea launches the MAX S- series.All in one Plug&play aquariums.PDF to the tech. data:…Continue

Started by Aviad B.Z. Oct 12, 2011.

Bills seek to maintain fish in the ocean, preserve reef 3 Replies

Collecting reef fish for sale in the aquarium trade would be banned or restricted statewide under bills introduced by Maui legislators.…Continue

Tags: aquarium, fish, reef, Coral

Started by Shai Shafir. Last reply by Joe Thompson Jan 31, 2011.

$33 million investment in the Cleveland aquarium is secured 1 Reply

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Tags: aquarium, marinescape, Cleveland, seatube, powerhouse

Started by Dr. Tetsuzan Benny Ron. Last reply by Dr. Tetsuzan Benny Ron Jan 31, 2011.

Breeders and green or clear water 4 Replies

Hi everybody!I have been thinking about starting a small project for ornamental fish breeding. I will start with livebearers to gain experience. I have already chosen some species and varieties, but there are two doubts in my decision:Would it be ok…Continue

Started by Roberto Marchesini. Last reply by Joe Thompson Nov 15, 2010.

Vacuumed aquaria.

I enclose a link to a video of a public aquarium in Vietnam.They have employed a system I developed in 2004 for filling inverted aquariums by drawing the air out.In fact on their site they show a test I made by drilling small holes in the glass at…Continue

Started by Laurence Lee Duman Dec 25, 2009.

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Comment by David Bandy on February 4, 2010 at 5:21pm
I just checked out the Stockly's Aquariums site. Nice product and they mention that with proper sunlight they could exist for a year. It's now on my "wish list."
Comment by Shai Shafir on February 4, 2010 at 5:06pm
Hi Dave
Thanks a lot, seems interesting, I'll look for it
Shai
Comment by Dave Takaki on February 4, 2010 at 11:11am
Aloha e Shai,

There is a company on the Big Island called Stockly's Aquariums http://www.ecosaqua.com/ who in their words:

Create these tiny, self-sufficient worlds that are sealed softball-sized spheres, capsules and elliptical shape in blown glass bottles.

The colonies of shrimp, algae and bacteria - which convert each other's wastes into oxygen, carbon dioxide, water and food - are the most complex, fully closed ecosystems available for your home or office and can survive for over a year or more under proper light conditions.

A hui hou,

Dave
Comment by Shai Shafir on February 4, 2010 at 9:59am
Hi everybody
Has anyone experience with a bio-sphere aquarium, one that is totally closed to the environment?
Comment by Michael Haring on November 13, 2009 at 5:50am
The Big Island Aquarium Society has just put out there November issue. Here it is in .pdf November 09 Newsletter.pdf
Tonight, Friday the 13Nov09 at 7:00pm the BIAS will be meeting and you are welcome to come. UH Hilo EKH bldg. rm#127. See the newsletter for a UHH map for directions.
Comment by Dr. Tetsuzan Benny Ron on September 23, 2009 at 6:53pm
Way to go Roberto. I'm on a different scale when it comes to aquariums; since I go tomorrow to WA2009 and noticed my little aquarium in my office got chock algae I went borrowed one hungry snail from Bruce at Sea Grant to maintain da place while I'm gone ;-)
 

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