Tunze controller and Calcium Reactor join the list of new releases for InterZoo 2016

A Tunze Controller and a new Calcium reactor seem like they’ll be in the cards for big reveals next week. Tunze is playing hard to get leading up to this year’s InterZoo and they are continuing to tease us with tantalizing pictures of their forthcoming products. One of the new products Tunze is intimating at is

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ReeFlowers reef and marine aquarium additives

Reefing is a truly global hobby and its exciting to see products from all over including ReeFlowers line of aquatic products. The Turkish company produces a wide range of additives for saltwater, freshwater, planted tanks, ponds and terrariums, but its the saltwater ones that capture our attention. The ReeFlowers products range from salts to complex

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New Wifi Edge LED fixture from Aquatic Life

The Wifi Edge LED is a new solid state aquarium lighting fixture coming soon from Aquatic Life. The new Wifi Edge LED may take its name from Aquatic Life’s pretty basic Edge LED striplight but the wireless Wifi Edge cranks up the power and features to eleven. The Wifi Edge LED, as the name implies, can

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Top 10 Bicolored corals and invertebrates

Invertebrates and corals in particular, are fascinating to us higher primates (humans) particularly because they seem so alien from us. Everything about them from the way they live, the way they develop, and even the way they die (or partially die) just works by a completely different set of biological rules than we do. One of the

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Reef Raft’s 15 year old Rhodactis is more bubbly than a Bounce Shroom

Bounce Shrooms have been rising in popularity over the last few years, kicking off a full-blown craze for any kind of shrooms or corallimorphs like it. There’s no doubt that the capitol-B Bounce Shroom is the Rhodactis that started it it all, but it turns out that there’s a very similar morph from Canada which is nearly

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Edible six-pack rings feed marine life, not harm it

You know those nasty six-pack rings on beer and soda that end up in nature and pose serious threats to wildlife? Saltwater Brewery in Delray Beach, Florida, has an incredible answer by developing edible six-pack rings that will feed, rather than kill, marine life if the rings would end up in the ocean. In fact,

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Powder blue and Whitecheek tang hybrid latest to be documented at melting pot reef

If the islands along the Indo-Pacific border, including Christmas Island and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, had their own soundtrack it would be by Barry White. The powder blue x whitecheek tang hybrid is latest specimens to take the stage at this hybrid hotspot melting pot. This little hotspot we have been writing about for years is known for its

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Where the heck did this Maroonellaris clownfish come from?

A Maroonellaris is a hybrid clownfish cross between a maroon clownfish and an ocellaris clownfish. We generally don’t encourage hybridization in any kind of fish, but something about the genetic portmanteau of a big ole maroon clownfish and a slender orange common clownfish creates a truly unusual looking fish. Hybrid clownfish abound in the wild,

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ORA wants you to pick its next poster!

ORA is looking for input for its next poster to add to its series. The ORA Maxima Clam poster, ORA Clownfish, and ORA Coral posters the company produced are getting such a warm reception, they are looking to the hobbyists and our readers to pick the next poster. We have come up with a couple of

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Tunze teases a new pump ahead of InterZoo 2016

Tunze has just shared a graphic which doesn’t hint, but confirms, that a whole new breed of water pumps are coming soon. In a time when we were all still using powerheads and jets to move water in our aquariums. Tunze was the first to bring a commercially produced propeller pump; the venerable Tunze Stream

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