Grahem B. In aquariums, jellies will grow according to the superiority of the animals. When keeping several jellies in a closed system, like an aquarium, the strongest jellies will emerge in the first two months and begin to get larger, while the others may grow more slowly or even start to get smaller. It doesn’t… Continue reading Competing for Food & Space: The Life and Times of Your Pet Jellyfish
Category: Keeping a Healthy Tank
Water quality is jelly quality!
Everything in Moderation—Especially Water Changes!
Water changes are a good weekly maintenance practice...
Moving? Here’s how to safely get your jellies relocated
Relocating? Need some help figuring out how & when to move the jellyfish?
Having Trouble with Low pH?
Low pH can have adverse effects on moon jellyfish over time... here's how to fix that.
The Dangers of Tap Water
Tap water is generally safe for humans, but for jellyfish, it might as well be poison...
Bleaching and Dechlorinating: A Colon Cleanse for Your Jellyfish Tank
You might have noticed that no matter how many times you clean the sides of your tank with those magnetic algae scrubbers, there are just some parts of the internal anatomy of your tank that you'll never be able to clean.
5 Things That Can Cause Your Jellyfish to Disintegrate & Look Sad
Do your jellyfish look like this? If they do, I'm sorry to hear that, but don't despair just yet. Once you determine the problem & fix it, the jellies can bounce back and repair themselves in no time! Here are the top 5 reasons jellyfish will… Continue reading 5 Things That Can Cause Your Jellyfish to Disintegrate & Look Sad
Keep Your Training Wheels on During Cycling of Your Jellyfish Aquarium!
All hobbies start with overwhelming enthusiasm! We are so eager to learn all that we can about whatever it is, then buy all the necessary gear and equipment (most hobbies have the coolest gear and accessories to go along with them!) and dive right in with all the excitement of a 6 year old on… Continue reading Keep Your Training Wheels on During Cycling of Your Jellyfish Aquarium!