Jeremy Gay
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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.

Hopstop is Aqua Medic’s take on jump prevention

Jumpers are the bane of every rimless tank owner’s life and today we found another DIY solution aimed at preventing that. The quirkily named Hopstop is simply three two-inch wide polycarbonate strips that you attach to the front and sides…

Ultra Coral Australia propagates Homophyllia from the bottom up

Captive propagation of Homophyllia australis isn’t as easy as many other corals. Being a single polyp LPS coral, cutting through it with a coral saw usually ends in its demise. They have been captive spawned recently but the methods remain…

Straton Pro is ATI’s newest flat panel LED light fixture

ATI has just launched a new panel light called the Straton Pro. Following on from the previous Straton, the new Pro model is a super-thin, passively cooled panel light with app control, but with a few modifications versus the original…

Wire basket makes Red Sea’s control panel even neater

Red Sea has rolled out some major launches including the Reef Mat and G2 Reefer, but it has also been focussing on its accessory lines too. The wire basket is available separately from the Slide Out Control Panel 60, but…

Corals to be grown on wind turbines in Taiwan

A Danish energy company plans to grow corals on the bases of offshore wind turbines. Dubbed ReCoral, the ambitious project plans to settle larvae and then grow them on the turbines 60km offshore, where the waters are less affected by…

Red Sea Max Nano Peninsula features in new physical catalog

Red Sea has included a peninsula version of its popular nano tank in its latest literature. Called simply Max Nano Peninsula, the new additional model has the same 18” length and height as the original Max, only it extended to…

Sander Piccolo is the original nano protein skimmer

Foam fractionators have come a long way through the ages and reacquainting ourselves with this diminutive one admittedly brought a smile. It’s a Sander Piccolo by Erwin Sander GmbH in Germany and goes back as far as the last century.…

Aberrant Zebrasoma desjardinii is only the second of its kind we’ve seen

Another aberrant Sailfin Tang has been collected from the Indian Ocean for the aquarium trade. Because of its unusual pattern and unknown catch location, it’s hard to tell if this fish is Zebrasoma desjardinii like the world-beating Picasso Tang we…

Panta Rhei’s CD42 scratch removal tool can be used underwater

Germany’s progressive Panta Rhei aquarium store has teased an interesting acrylic tank polishing device called CD42 on its social media channels. Built in collaboration with New Wave Aquarium Concepts, the tool is a handheld sander/polisher aimed at polishing scratches out…

The Next Wave 60 is TMC’s new nano tank bundle

Tropical Marine Centre has launched a new nano tank called The Next Wave 60. Aimed at countertop reefing, this one looks superficially similar to other All-In-One tanks on the market, but drill down into the detail and it’s a pretty…