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Iusun 2PCS Fish Feeding Aquarium Fish Tank Station Ring Feeder Floating Food Circle Reduces Wastage and Maintains Water Quality,Round Square Shape (Blue)
- 😘😘PERFECT SOLUTION FOR YOUR FEEDING:bullies can't hog all the rings, so everyone gets a chance to eat in peace. It even allows the owner to feed different foods to finicky fish. If one ring is filled with food the fish will dash right over there, leaving the second ring open to drop specialty food in for those picky eaters.
- 😘😘KEEP YOUR AQUARIUM CLEAN: the fish feeding rings keep the food in a certain area,it doesn't end up scattered all over, or pulled into the filter, which allows more of it to be eaten. That does wonders to reduce waste and maintain water quality.
- 😘😘HIGH QUALITY MATERIAL:non-toxic and safe for your fish.Ideal aquarium food feeder for Betta Tetra Guppy Goldfish Clownfish Molly Platy Swordtail Corydoras Cichlids Shark Catfish Glofish Loach Danio Fish.
- 😘😘FLOATING FOOD ONLY:suitable for feeding flake foods and other floating foods. Put foods into the circle, it will prevent food from floating around. (no use for sinking food).
- 😘😘2PCS Fish Feeding Square Aquarium Fish Tank Ring Feeder Floating Food Circle,2 Pack Aquarium Fish Feeding Ring Fish Tank Floating Food Circle with Suction Cups, Round Square-Blue,Feeding Ring,Aquarium Fish Feeding Ring Floating Food Feeder with Suction Cup Reduces Wastage and Maintains Water Quality,Round Shape,2 Pcs-Set Plastic Ring Station Aquarium Fish Safe Food Feeder Blue.
pH Meter SPIE Digital pH Meter pH 0.01 Resolution Pen Size Water Quality Tester with LCD Display and ATC PH 0-14 Measurement Range for Household Drinking Water Aquarium Swimming Pools and Hydroponics
- 「EASY MEASUREMENT AND ACCURATE RESULTS」 – no more time consuming paper strips or other inaccurate pH test chemicals, our device is a digital pH tester which will allow you to test your liquid quickly and accurately within ±0.01 pH - no matter what your liquid is or whether you are a new or experienced user
- 「AUTOMATIC CALIBRATION」 – our SPIE PH meter comes factory calibrated, but recalibration is required in case of long period of inactivity or after a frequent use. For a proper calibration you get 1 set of calibration powder (3 packets), no need of any kind of screwdrivers to calibrate, you just have to push the auto-calibration button. Easy Instructions manual is included in the box
- 「IDEAL FOR ANY HOUSEHOLD」 – you can use this small, but powerful, device to measure your aquarium, pool, pond in a garden, bath tub to test the levels of alkalinity in your drinking water, urine, RO System, spa, soap mixtures, food, wine, beer or any other liquids. Do you Travel a lot? Make sure the water you drinking abroad is good enough - take your SPIE pH meter with you and test the water before drinking. This is the perfect kit for travel.
- 「FAST RESULTS, CONVENIENT SIZE」 – it only takes a few seconds for your result to appear on screen. Simply press "ON", stir gently and the reading will stabilize on the display in moments. This portable size instrument allows you to carry it around easily in your pocket and do your measuring anywhere. Its special plastic case will protect it whether you take it to the pool, on a trip, to the beach, camping or a picnic
- 「AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION」 – no more need to take care about the temperature of testing liquid, as SPIE pH meter has built in (ATC) automatic temperature compensation, so that it can accurately determine pH value of the sample at any temperature in a range of 32°F - 176°F (0°C - 80°C)
Tetra EasyStrips 6-In-1 aquarium Test Strips, Water Testing (19542)
- COMPLETE TESTING Regularly testing your water levels is critical to the success of your aquarium
- 6 DIFFERENT TESTS WITH 1 STRIP Just one test monitors nitrates nitrites water hardness chlorine alkalinity and pH levels
- VERSATILE Can be used in both freshwater and saltwater aquariums
- CONVENIENT Just dip into water wait 60 seconds and read results
- USAGE Use weekly to monitor aquarium water after water changes or when adding new fish
- Age Range Description: All Life Stages
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Crocea Tridacna Clam: Ideal Reef Aquarium Inhabitant
Giant Clams represent a unique fascet for expanding an already diverse bioload of livestock in a saltwater reef aquarium. Their beauty is unriveled and provides other benefits as well...
The Crocea clam hails from the Western Pacific from Malasia, Japan, Thailand south to New Guinea and Northern Australia. As for the native people that live along the Crocea clams geographical boundaries, Tridacna clams represent a favorable and heavilly relied upon food source, since they are fairly common, easy to find and taste very sweet, much like our Native Lobster, here in New England. The saltwater aquarium trade provides a much needed sourse of income for the locals as well. Many marine aquarium enthusiasts, retail outlets, online venues, and wholesalers, are in the market to obtain the so-called Giant Clams.
Crocea clams prefer intense light not only to bring out their vibrant colors but in order to survive as well. The reason for this is that any symbiotic animal, like the Corcea clam, lives in a symbiotic relationship with single celled organisms called zooxanthellae. These algae live primarilly in the syphonal an lateral mantle to a lesser degree. The clams provide their zooxanthellae with a home while the zooxanthellae returns the favor affording its host with beneficial nutrients, like lipids, glucose and carbohydrates. The outter syphonal mantle reminds me of a human fingerprint. To a clam, no two mantles are alike and represents its own sort of unique identification.
Representing the smallest member of the Tridacna clam family, Crocea clams will attain 4-6 inches in diameter and weigh somewhere in the vicinity of a few pounds. One of its relatives, the Gigas clam, can reach 3 feet or more in diameter and weigh in at 500 pounds or more.
For the most part, a Tridacna or Hippopus Giant Clam can be differentiated from one another based on byssus opening, whether the shell has scutes(ridges or scales), symmetry of the shell and to a much lesser degree, mantle composition and color. In the wild, the Crocea is a boring clam, much like another close cousin of it, the maxima clam. This means that the grow on a hard surface such as a rock or coral formation and as they grow, will continually move around in one place like a drill. Eventually the clam will move deeper and become encrusted, for safety, inside the confines of its solid exterior. As juveniles, clams contain byssus threads that are produced and attach Tridacna clams to any surface. These threads eventually disappear once a clam attains a certain weight, or has encrusted itself into a hard surface. these threads act like a glue or suction to adhere the clam from drifting from a favorable location, stability with respect to water current and turbulence and also provide protection to some degree.
Feeding of Tridacna has come with heated debate in past years. The reason for this is their were two schools of though. One school believed that juvenile Tridacna clams needed to be fed very small phytoplankton that could be digested easilly without initiating a "coughing reflex" , a natural reaction used to spit the larger food out. Without optimal nano and phytoplankton, this school of though condoned clams would ultimately die of starvation.
The second school of thought insists that any clam, regardless of its size, once it develops zooxanthellae in its mantle, did not need to rely on nano and phytoplankton for survival, as the clams host zooxanthellae could provide all necessary nutrients. Moreover, clams are filter feeders. Because of this, they are able to take in water from its surrounding and filter out dissolved organics, nitrates, phosphates and small particulate matter to satisfy their dietary needs.
As for maintaining one of these beautiful Crocea, or other Tridacna clam species in a marine aquarium environment, ensure you have a healthy individual from the retail outlet is number one. Providing proper light, stable water parameters with elevated calcium and alkalinity levels for shell growth, and a strees free environment will help greatly in your overall success in caring and enjoying these beautiful animals as close as your living room.