A Fish-less cycle is the best and safest way to cycle your aquarium without harming any jellyfish or fish. It involves placing a “pea” size (⅛” or 6mm) piece of raw shrimp into your filter box under the drip tray. If your aquarium does not have a filter box or drip tray, then you […]
Temperature Acclimation Step 1. Float the bagged jellies in your jellyfish tank until the temperature inside the bag matches your jellyfish tank water. This will take about 15-20 minutes, more or less. Rotate and turn the bag occasionally to keep the jellies stimulated and belling. This helps mix the water inside the bag and […]
We’ve put this video together to help you set up and keep your jellyfish in the Cubic Orbit 20! It’s a great little tank and if you follow a few of our tips, you’ll be super successful !!
You love keeping fish and you would also like to keep jellyfish??? What to do? You can keep them both in our Eon Jellyfish System because we have a fully functional wet/dry filter on the back of the tank! Once your system is cycled, you can safely add some fish. They love feeding on the […]
If you need some inspiration….. St. Louis Zoo has done an outstanding job raising their jellyfish! On January 18, 2016 we shipped them 22 moon jellyfish that were 2.5″ in diameter. As of February 10th, just under a month, they are 5″-6″ in diameter and doing wonderfully. Great job, St. Louis Zoo! That is […]
Are your jellyfish shrinking, getting thin and flattening out??? Here are 5 reasons why that might be….. 1. Feeding Non-nutritious food One of the most common problems when keeping jellyfish is keeping them properly fed. Without a consistent supply of nutritious food, they will become weak and thin. Malnutrition causes listlessness and infrequent belling or […]
Hungry Jellyfish with Empty Stomachs It’s hard to regulate just how much food to feed your fish sometimes. You don’t want to over feed them or under feed them. But, how do you know if your jellyfish are getting enough to eat each day????? If only you could see just how full they were. Hard […]