The AquaNerd Weekly RecapBy: Brandon Klaus
The most loathed day of the week is back, but to take the edge off, we’ve got lots of aquarium stuff to talk about. And topping our to-do list is our regular recap of our most popular articles from the previous week. Starting on July 22nd and running through the 28th, we discussed our experiment with a popular carbon dosing method, found a great way to ease those long nights on the couch after irritating the spouse, uncovered a few more details about a new nano protein skimmer, stumbled across a lovely black and gold clam, found a little information on new LED from an Italian water pump maker, and found an older LED fixture getting several new color choices. And as always, we’ll have another week full of aquarium hobby coverage ahead of us, so stay tuned.
- It’s Official, the Biopellet Experiment is Over
- Snuggle Up with the Chumbuddy Sleeping Bag
- A More In-depth Look at the Innovative Marine SkimMate Protein Skimmer
- Rare Tahitian Black and Gold Maxima Clam Lands in the Diver’s Den
And we had a pair of articles that basically tied for that last spot: