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If you’re part of the two maybe three people in the market for a DC propeller water pump that can push 12,000 gallons per hour you’re in luck because the final design of the HydroWizard can now flow up to 15,000 gallons per hour. Apparently the ‘carboplatics’ used in the construction of the internals allows [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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How good does a goldfish aquarium have to be to make the front page of a marine aquarium and reefing blog? This good. Forget the fact that this tank is freshwater, forget that it’s coldwater and even ignore the fact that this is a goldfish tank – what you should be asking yourself is why [...]

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Scientists have thrown new light on the mechanism behind the mass death of corals worldwide as the Earth's climate warms. Coral bleaching, one of the most devastating events affecting coral reefs around the planet, is triggered by rising water temperatures. It occurs when the corals and their symbiotic algae become heat-stressed, and the algae which feed the corals either die or are expelled by the coral.

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The tiger angelfish is so rare that it is hardly ever seen even in South Africa, so earlier this year we were tickled to be able to share with you a video of tiger angelfish acclimated and doing well in captivity. Now we’re kicking it up a notch with this amazing specimen of a hybrid [...]

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There’s plenty of online tank loggers but Reef Tank Pro is one of the first polished apps we’ve seen for the iPhone and iPad which is especially well suited to monitoring reef aquarium parameters. If you have just one tank to log and monitor you can use the Reef Tank Pro app for a personal [...]

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Indian Dascyllus (Dascyllus carneus) is a drab and dull looking Damselfish that most people will ignore and leave them for beginners. But the one we grabbed to show you here is surely something different! One specimen that was just caught from Andaman Sea turn to be a spectacular piece with bright yellow patches and small [...]

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New Era has some great food products and the company’s latest offering New Era Mini Marine Grazer rings are highlighted in a couple of videos that might be helpful for reefers on the fence. Anyone with a few hearty herbivores in their system would like these as a tasty treat. The small rings of food [...]

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The Marshall Island dottyback, ironically, is not endemic to the area as it’s name suggests. It is however, seldom seen in the trade. The slender Pseudochromis marshallensis is grey overall with only splashes of yellow on the tail and unpaired fins, as well as some light speckles on the otherwise drab body. However, it’s a [...]

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