Jeremy Gay
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.

Alkatronic Pro Can Control KH, pH, and Temperature

It’s been seven long years since we first wrote about the Alkatronic KH monitor and controller, when Focustronic was then, primarily, a budding lighting manufacturer. We remember installing an Alkatronic at the store we worked in and bestowing the virtues…

Wild Collected Branching Rock is Back On the Menu!

There’s something about branching rock that just gets our reefing juices flowing. Not the man-made stuff. We already buy that, use it, and love it. No, these are the real reef bones formed in nature, in far-off Pacific reefs, and…

The Tale of the Purple Monster and the Land of Gold

Recently I gave a talk at a UK reefing show, where I gave my (British,) take on the American reefing scene. One of the many aspects I admire the most is the legacy corals, their sharing throughout the community, and…

MarcoRocks Maricultured Live Rock Combines the Best of Both Worlds

MarcoRock is one of our favorite dry reef rocks. We love its shapes, porosity, and ease of stacking. But we love live rock too for its diversity, so when we heard that you can get Live MarcoRock – dry rock…

United States and Indonesia sign $35m Debt For Nature Swap to Protect Coral Reefs 

The United States and Indonesia have signed a debt-for-nature swap that will see the US redirecting $35 million of Indonesia’s debt into an investment in coral reef conservation. The fourth agreement under the Tropical Forest and Coral Reef Conservation Act…

Coral City Camera Captures Indigo X Barred Hamlet Hybrid in Miami

Coral City Camera has filmed what it believes is a hybrid between two hamlet species. The live underwater camera stream captured the suspected hybrid as it swam through an urban coral reef in Miami, Florida. CCC thinks it is a…

Biota Breeds Blackcap Basslets – We Interview the Breeder

When Biota announced that they had successfully bred the Blackcap basslet, Gramma melacara, we were keen to find out more. Larviculture specialist Todd Gardner filled us in with all the details: Can you keep Blackcap basslets in pairs or groups…

Could Marine Purple Photosynthetic Bacteria be the Fish Food of the Future?

A Japanese technology company has made a commercial fish diet from just light, bacteria, and air that can rival or beat the nutritional profile of normal fish meal. With some commercial fish farming diets coming under scrutiny, (the feeding of…

How to Set Up a Quarantine Tank for Saltwater Fish

No matter if you’re brand new to the reefkeeping hobby, or have forty years of experience under your belt, you need to quarantine every new saltwater fish you purchase, and you need a separate quarantine tank.  Remy went to the…

Mirage Hotel’s Famous 20,000-gallon Aquarium is No More

The Mirage Hotel’s famous aquarium has been shut down and emptied as the iconic Las Vegas resort closes for good. Situated in the lobby behind the registration desks, the huge fish-only saltwater aquarium was home to 450 fish from 85…