Low pH can have adverse effects on moon jellyfish over time… here’s how to fix that.
This blog post provides the essential information you need to know about what cycling is and how to cycle your new aquarium.
This video is about a problem we encountered while working with the Cubic Orbit 20. Big Problem… Easy Fix! Watch our video below to see how.
Tutorial series we created for the Cubic Orbit 20.
There have been situations where folks started cycling their tanks and then the cycling process was interrupted for some reason. Perhaps you interrupted the cycle due to premature cleaning of the tank and/or changing of some filters or water? Or, you went out of town for a few days and the tank wasn’t receiving any […]
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 […]
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 […]
Another common problem concerning salt levels in your jellyfish aquarium, besides inaccurate hydrometers giving a false reading, is how the saltwater is made. Undissolved salts can also give you an inaccurate reading which is a problem since jellies are very sensitive to salinity changes & high salinity levels can also impede their movement, eating and overall cellular […]
As you populate your eon jellyfish tank with jellies, you may sometimes notice a jelly acting differently; belling oddly or sometimes infrequently. Is that jelly sick? Should you take some action to make it better? Not necessarily. First of all, jellies don’t get sick, per say; however, they can plateau in their development. Take a look at your other jellies. Are […]