lanceolatus map Fairy Wrasses: The lanceolatus group The members of the lanceolatus group are some of the largest and showiest fairy wrasses, collectively celebrated for their grandiose caudal fin and chromatic brilliance. The group spans most of the Indo-Pacific, with its various species occupying a series of non-overlapping biogeographic ranges which fit together like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. This puzzle
A. firmamentum, showing typical schooling behavior. Credit: Paul Caigen Rare species of Arothron pufferfishes
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Real Reef Tonga Branch rock has come a long way in a year

Tonga branch live rock while once a staple of the spectrum that reefers could hope to find in abundance at their LFS has been supplanted mostly by other varieties. Last year Real Reef showed off some of their first hand made replicas of the classic Tonga Branch rock, but it looks a heckuva lot better Read More

Real Reef branch rock from Fish Heads looks very much like the real thing

It seems like only a year or two ago Fish Heads was known solely as a livestock supplier.  Then, they started making Real Reef rock, the pest-free alternative to wild harvested or ocean cultured live rock which has already been featured twice here on Reef Builders.  Obviously this now patent-pending product is doing well, and Read More