orbit-marine-pro Current USA’s Orbit Marine Pro offers improved features in a sleek striplight The Orbit Marine Pro is a new fixture in Current USA’s diverse lineup of LED striplights which benefits from new feature additions across its entire rundown of specifications. First of all, the Orbit Marine Pro is one of the brightest LED striplights Current USA has ever made and it also uses more diversity of diode
zoanthid-tree-top Tyler Bell’s Zoanthid tree is an exquisite concept of coral display
Review of the DoS Fluid Metering System by Neptune Systems

AI Hydra TwentySix and Hydra FiftyTwo see price drops

In the past few weeks some quality products have seen pricing lowered and AquaIllumination is joining that club with the news that the AquaIllumination Hydra TwentySix and AquaIllumination Hydra FiftyTwo are now $299 and $549 respectively. This is another solid move for an innovative company looking to bring high performance LEDs at a great value. As with Read More

Nassau grouper caught on video stalking and devouring a lionfish

Lionfish in the waters of tropical atlantic and Caribbean habitats are a well documented and growing problem of an invasive species. The classic story about invasive species is that when they entire an exotic environment, predators are often not adapted to eat them, or potential prey are not adapted to avoid them, and both are true Read More

GHL Profilux controller nearly half the price of what it was last year!

The Profilux has been one of the most trusted aquarium controllers for years, especially in Europe, but the high cost and currency exchange rate between the Dollar and the Euro has kept this reliable machine quite expensive in the American market at $1699. Last year in celebration of the ProfiLux’s anniversary, the GHL controller received a Read More

Atelomycterus erdmanni, a new species of catshark from Eastern Indonesia

Atelomycterus erdmanni is a new species of catshark from Indonesia with a very attractive jaguar pattern and a typical slender catshark body shape. The new species is names after Mark Erdmann, a prolific diver, underwater explorer and ichthyologist who has also been honored with his name on a blenny, on a goby and dottyback. The Read More

Sustainable Aquatics’ Wheely Complete: Unboxed, Installed, And Reviewed

Sustainable Aquatics introduced the Wheely Complete Bio Processor in 2014, marketing this device as “Powerful Biofiltration for Heavily-Stocked Systems”. Matthew Carberry personally delivered one to me at the 5th Annual Marine Breeders Workshop in July, and I brought it home where it sat in the box for a couple months while life simply got in Read More

What traits make a great reefer?

While sitting around with Julian, Jake and Sanjay, an interesting discussion developed as to what traits make a great reefer.  It was a lively debate as each of us had our own ideas of what traits really differentiate great reefers from others.  We realized that we did not know of anyone who possessed all of Read More

Hydor releases teaser video for the new Third Generation Koralia pumps

The third generation Koralia pump has taken the reef world by surprise, showing us all that Hydor has the chops not only to build one of the most popular propeller pumps of modern reefing, but also to improve and innovate on that initial success. Last weekend’s sneak peek at ReefStock 2015 was great for us Read More

Closer look at Orphek’s new Atlantik Pendant 300 LED

The new Orphek Atlantik Pendant 300 is one beast of a hanging LED light. The extremely large size and proportions of the Atlantik Pendant 300 seem comical compared to regular home aquarium LED lights and pendants but not compared to a complete 1000 metal halide fixture with reflector that this light is designed to replace. Read More

Cold temps turn Nantucket waves into slushies

We know it is pretty bad on the Eastern Seaboard with cold temperatures and snow wreaking havoc for many and Sanjaying many a traveler at many airports, but just how cold is it? Enough to turn waves to ice. This photograph taken by Jonathan Nimerfroh, show the slushy water making surreal waves off the coast Read More

Hawaii anti-aquarium legislation being reconsidered TODAY

An amended HB 873HD1 regulating the aquarium fishery will be heard by Committee on Judiciary on Friday at 3:00 p.m. in the State Capitol’s Conference Room 325. Testimony must be received by the Committee no later than 3:00 p.m. Thursday, February 26 Hawaii time. The text of the bill: Chapter 188, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is Read More