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.

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…

Colorado Narrowly Misses New Tax on Every Pet Animal Owned – Including Fish!

The United States Association of Reptile Keepers has just fought and won a battle that would have seen Colorado House Bill 24-1163 add a new tax of up to $8.50 on every household pet owned in the state, including cats,…

Short-nosed Tripodfish Recorded for the First Time in the Red Sea

A member of the Tetraodontiform family Triacanthidae has been recorded for the first time in the Red Sea off the coast of Saudi Arabia. The Short Nosed Tripodfish, Triacanthus biaculeatus, is widespread across the whole Indo–West Pacific, ranging from the…

Plectranthias sagamiensis comes to the US for the First Time

The Threadtail Perchlet, Plectranthias sagamiensis, has been sold in the US for the first time by rare fish importer Unique Fins. Hailing from the deep waters of Japan and Indonesia, P.sagamiensis can be found at depths of over 100 meters,…

TRITON Reef 2.0 will be a Great Barrier Reef Biotope

We still haven’t forgotten just how good TRITON’s original display tank was in Dusseldorf 10 years ago, so we were super excited to see that now TRITON Founder Ehsan Dashti is settled in Australia, he and the TRITON team are…

Orbit Marine Nano LED is the Best Value Nano Reef Light We’ve Seen

Current USA has unveiled its first new product since restructuring, and we admit to doing a double take when we saw the $59 price tag.  Named the Orbit Marine Nano LED, the fixture is a piece of black, 7”x3.5”x0.5” marine…

Watch Reef Therapy Episode #93, Live from the Reef Builders Studio

Episode 93 was an interesting one because it coincided with Evie visiting the Reef Builders Studio in Colorado, and that meant an impromptu recording with resident Jack, Sara Stevens from Butterfly Pavillion, and long-time friend of Jake Adams Rob Mougey.…