A lot of people have been asking us what the beautiful "red flowery-looking" thing is above the Seahorse in our last post, so we decided to dedicate a post about it. This red flowery thing is actually an animal. It is called a Crinoid Feather Star, and is classified as an Echinoderm, which is the Phylum that consists of Starfish, Sea Urchins, Sand.
We installed a 10-foot long "one-of-a-kind" saltwater aquarium that contains both a "Seahorse" environment and "Reef Fish" environment. As far as we know, there isn't a custom saltwater aquarium out there such as this one! Better yet, this aquarium sustains life for Seahorses, Reef fish, Macroalgae, Corals and other invertebrates without the use of conventional filtration equipment (e.g., reef.
Nature provides amazing and powerful medicinal substances derived from the land, such as Essential Oils (e.g., Frankincense), Herbs (e.g., Oregano), Alkaline Foods (e.g., Green Pepper), Bacteria (e.g., Lactic Acid Bacteria), Plants (e.g., Wheat Grass), and Spices (e.g., Turmeric). Nature also provides amazing and powerful medicinal substances derived from the sea, such as unrefined Sea Salt, Mineral Mud, Alkaline Water, Bicarbonates, Essential Fatty.
Our "all-natural, self-containing" filtration system allows us to install a custom saltwater aquarium in even the tightest of spaces! We installed this particular custom built-in saltwater aquarium in the Children's Playroom of a home in Greenwich, Connecticut. As you can see, we didn't have much room to work with, but we did maximize a saltwater aquarium display in this space the.
This aquarium installation was probably one of the most fun projects we have worked on to date. We installed a very large 5' high custom saltwater aquarium into the wall of a home, while having to pay very close attention to detail throughout the entire project scope! This custom built-in aquarium is located in the Dining area of the home, providing.
This photo is of a saltwater reef aquarium display that we installed in a home office, which was an upgrade from a previously installed saltwater aquarium from another aquarium company. This saltwater aquarium upgrade provided the home office with tranquility, which was the necessary component that the owner wanted in the room while he worked. Our aquarium has provided Please go.
Here is a photo of H. Erectus Seahorses in one of our Seahorse Aquariums. Our Seahorses have plenty of "hitches" in their environment to cling on to, such as spiny oyster shells, coral rock, live Gorgonians and macroalgae. These glamorous "natural" hitches not only make Seahorses feel more secure in an aquarium, but helps create one of the most beautiful saltwater.