All posts by Mark Forsling

I was born in 1987 and pretty much grew up with aquariums around me in one form or another. But It wasn't until I was 14 years old that my passion for our finny friends really took off. In 2005 I took the dip into the world of saltwater and have been a passionate reef addict ever since!

An Introduction to the Mandarin Garden

Now that my Website has been refurbished and is up and running again, it is high time to start introducing the many aquarium setups I maintain. So what better to start with than my Mandarin Dragonet’s home. Tank Details: – 43 Liter standard glass aquarium. – 50w AquaEl glass heater – Hydor Koralia Nano 900 [Continue reading]

The Mollusc Butcher – Oenone Fulgida

Let me introduce you to an old friend of mine, the Fulgida worm, Pretty isn’t it? Contrary to its cute and jelly-worm-like appearance this is NOT something you want in your aquarium. Fulgida worms are voracious nocturnal predators with a sweet tooth for molluscs. These hell-worms can completely decimate the snails in your clean-up crew and [Continue reading]