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Aquarimax Episode 121: Filtration, “Betta” than Expected, and Some Maintenance Tips

Join Aquarimax hosts Rus and Kelly as they discuss questions and comments from Juliette in Paris, France, Mick in Carnforth, UK, and Carlos in New York.

Check out Mick’s video of his Snowball shrimp female:


Here are Mick’s Kribs, with the babies tackling some really big worms!

Aquarimax Episode 117: Shipping Shrimp, Cichlid Situations, Local Laws, and More

Join Aquarimax hosts Rus and Kelly as they discuss questions and comments from:

Charlie in North Carolina, Tony in NY, Maarten in Belgium, Mick in Carnforth, UK, and Eric in Daytona Beach, FL

Here’s a link to Kordon breather bags:


Here’s a link to a podcast Tony sent us on how to ensure Aquarium species remain where they belong :


Mick put a link to our interview on mouthbrooding bettas on his site,  www.ugly-bugs.com . If you like terrestrial critters as well as fish, check it out! (I do, and I did!)

Here’s a link to Mick’s Ugly Bugs Facebook page : http://www.facebook.com/UglyBugs?sk=wall


Here’s a really fun video of Mick’s albino Krib doing her best to be a good parent, despite the fact that she’s still a juvenile fish herself:


Here’s a video of Mick’s diminutive, though charming, Merry Widows (a type of livebearer.)

Aquarimax Episode 101: From Copepods and Daphnia to Aquarium Management App and German Blue Rams

Join Aquarimax hosts Rus and Kelly as they discuss questions and comments from Dan in Auburn, WA; Tony In NY; Juliette in Paris, France; Alex in Melbourne, Australia; Andrejka in Oregon; and Anne in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Tony shared this link on raising Daphnia together with plants:


as well as this link on aquarium-safe rocks:



Rus would like to add this link about raising Daphnia on some alternative food sources:



Juliette would like to share two great links on shrimp:

caridea.org (in French)

crustahunter.com  (similar to above but in English and German)

Alex would like to make his web-based aquarium manager application available for free to all aquarists, so here it is: