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There is something about true Caribbean Gorgonia sea fans that has always fascinated us – their small polyps and highly regular structure is unusual for a soft corals. The Gorgonia sea fans have a more determinate growth form than most gorgonians which makes us liken them to SPS corals more than anything else. We’ve kept sea fans a few times, [...]

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The XBOX 360 aquarium by Blue World Aquariums is simply a stunning work of both video game console modding and ingenious pico reef aquarium design. What we love most about Spencer’s XBOX 360 aquarium is that it follows the Ecoreef Zero function aesthetic but he applied an ingenious design aesthetic to fit the particularly narrow footprint of [...]

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This interesting video shows Clione Sea Angels dancing about in a kreisel. We covered a special aquarium in the past to house these unique sea creatures that are actually a mollusk that live in the Arctic Ocean. Sea Angels, also known as Pteropods, can even be found in the English Channel and just last week [...]

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We don’t really need much of a reason to share with you some fabulous pictures of exquisite reef fish, but when we got these pictures of a juvenile Japanese pygmy angelfish, Centropyge interrupta, well we knew they’d be posted up with a quickness. As with the crescent tail fairy wrasse and the neon yellow Halcuria anemone, [...]

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For his inaugural post Clive Bentley brings us a glimmer of the future with an extremely forward-looking post about a new breakthrough in light recording that could revolutionize how we see the physical and biological world in the future.  While this is not very practical for us reefers, MIT is making strides in (really) high speed photography [...]

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Most reefers get a little bit iffy at the thought of adding a sand sifter goby to the reef tank. The thought of a sand spewing fish dropping aragonite particles all over the ever precious acan frags and scolymia is just too painful to fathom. Valenciennea bella is a gorgeous species that will certainly warren an [...]

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December 6th – December 12th Aquarium controllers part 1: From Reef-Geek to the mainstream Sunlight Supply Tek Wave VHO T5 gets a hands-on review Owner of Salt Water Connection faces up to $1M in fines, possible jail time From Japan with love: Japanese angelfish, Randall’s assessor and crescent-tail fairy wrasse Full rundown of PacificSun’s big [...]

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Source: Science Alert
December 12, 2011

"Australian scientists have urged greater consideration for the brilliantly-hued parrot fishes that tend and renew the world's imperilled coral reefs.

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