Jeremy Gay
Jeremy Gay

Senior Editor

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Jeremy Gay is an author, editor, and lifelong fishkeeper, with over twenty years in the marine aquatic sector. His experience includes retail, wholesale, publishing, distribution, marketing, manufacturing, and livestock import. He loves the biology of marine ecosystems as well as marine equipment and tech.

Frosty is a White Scopas Tang from the Indo-Pacific

Majestic Creatures Reef has sent Reef Builders images and video of a very unusual White Scopas Tang, Zebrasoma scopas, which they’ve affectionately named Frosty. They received the 5.5” long fish as a wild-caught fish that was exported via Jakarta in…

Flashback Friday: When Jake wrote about the Croc Scolies of the Arafura Sea

At twenty years old, with 50,000 images and nearly 15,000 posts strong, we love going back through the Reef Builders archives to remind ourselves just how good some of the corals were, along with the stories behind them. This morning…

Max Nano G2 Series are ALL NanoMat and ReefATO+ Ready

Red Sea has upgraded its popular Max Nano Reef Ready aquarium line to the Max Nano G2 Series, with extra features and an extended five-year warranty.  We don’t hide our affection for the Red Sea Max Nano as with a…

Reef Builders Studio Tank gets Aquatic Art Appraisal

Evie met up with Cris Capp at the Reef Builders Studio and they put together a cool video examining the coral growth in one of the Studio’s peninsula display tanks. Cris owns a store called Aquatic Art and he and…

Client’s Fish Only Dream Tank Contains Clarion Angel, Conspic and more   

Having one large reef tank is the dream for many of us, but if you could run two tanks simultaneously, what would you put in the second one? For New Wave Aquaria’s client Josh, the second dream tank had to…

Co-branded Coralline Rock comes to the UK and Europe

David Saxby’s D-D The Aquarium Solution has teamed up with Marco Rocks to bring its new range of rock called Coralline to the UK and Europe. Marco Rock is universally popular for its shape, texture, porosity, and price, and last…

ReefStock Denver 2024 Is Right Around The Corner

It’s not long now until everyone’s favorite reef aquarium show ReefStock opens its doors for another year, at Crowne Plaza, Denver. With over fifty vendors, visitors can expect to see the very best in what Colorado has to offer from…

TMC Reef Skim 2.0 Reaches New Levels of Protein Skimmer Efficiency 

Tropical Marine Centre has launched a new range of DC pump-powered protein skimmers called Reef Skim 2.0. Aimed at cleansing saltwater systems from 250-1250 liters/66-330 gallons, Reef Skim 2.0 comprises three models that major on a compact footprint, low running…

Clownfish Stripes Determine Confrontation and Aggression Levels

A research article published in the Journal of Experimental Biology has found that Clownfish can count the number of bars on their congeners and conspecifics, determining their level of aggression toward them, and their host defense.  The paper authored by…

Poma Labs WYSIWYG Stubby Conspic Pair Promises to Divide Opinion

Angelfish aquaculturists Poma Labs are offering a pair of short-bodied Spectacled Angelfish, Chaetodontoplus conspicillatus for sale on their website. Conspic angels are one of the most coveted large Angelfish species available to saltwater aquarium owners, although usually they are rectangular…