Premium frozen fish food has freeze-dried on the ropes

For a long time freeze-dried fish food was a significant staple in the feeding regimen of aquarists from all levels and all corners of the hobby. From beginner freshwater, to cichlid tanks, saltwater and ponds. The freeze-dried fish foods were always viewed as a safe alternative to live fish foods that still delivered significant nutritional

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Indian Ocean zebra angelfish found in Central Indonesia!

When I first fell in love with the whole diverse family of angelfishes, Genicanthus caudovittatus was known as the ‘Red Sea Zebra’ angelfish, because back then, this species was only known to occur in the Red Sea and surrounding waters. Then in the late 90s this fish was documented way out in the Maldives, and subsequent years

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A fresh look at the RLSS Wavepuck in pre-production

It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from RLSS about their upcoming Wavepuck propeller pump. But just to let us know that this device is well under development and not too far off from commercial release, RLSS has provided us with some fresh new pictures of the Wavepuck in its pre-production trials. The latest look

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How a reef tank really looks under hybrid T5 & LED lighting

Check out this new reef tank video by Martin Kunzelnick and tell us this is not a work of art. What we love most about this reef tank, other than the luscious and healthy corals, the active and vibrant fish, and the otherwise impeccable reefscape, is the choice of lighting system. You see we already know that

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6-headed Cynarina is a freak of nature

Cynarina lacrymalis, ‘modern corals’ or whatever the scientists and cool kids are calling them these days, are one of the longstanding popular corals in the aquarium hobby today. Coming in shades of pink, red, green, brown and all colors in between, this coral is almost always cool to look at, as a single over inflated

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Banggai Cardinalfish becomes the first saltwater fish listed under Endangered Species Act

The Banggai Cardinalfish, Pterapogon kauderni, has become the first saltwater aquarium fish to be listed under the Endangered Species Act. The new ‘threatened’ species status of the banggai cardinalfish does not yet have an effect on trading or possessing this popular fish. However now that it the Banggai Cardinalfish is listed under the Endangered Species Act,

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Flexi Plug intelligent aquarium bluetooth timer

The Lexi Plug bluetooth timer is a new wireless control device designed and marketed specifically to the aquarium hobby. We know it seems like we’ve been covering a lot of various outlet accessories, but the Flexi Plug has smart and wireless controls to bridge the gap between truly smart and completely connected devices. Aquarium-product maker

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The unique colors of indonesian acropora

Variety is the spice of life and that’s no different than in the reefing world where collectors are always seeking different acros that they don’t have, wether it be different in combination of colors, form, or even a specific color of polyps. While Jake and Nicole are busy reporting on location where many of our corals

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UK’s Reef One sold to German conglomerate

UK aquarium manufacturer Reef One, maker of the Reef One BiOrb line of aquariums, was recently sold to a German conglomerate OASE GmbH for an undisclosed sum. Founded by Paul Stevenson and his son Matt in 1998, Reef One has had some success producing a range of aquariums, most notably the BiOrb line with its

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Polyplab launches new web site

Polyplab has been polishing things up lately with the launch of the new website to showcase its product line more with both consumers and retailers. Content and navigation is improved from the previous version, with better product details. Polyplab also is showcasing access to a comprehensive store partner program accessible from the main page. Earlier

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