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The illustrious and gaudily colored ventralis anthias is certainly no stranger to any saltwater hobbyist. The trailing ventral fins and exotic coloration of these fairy basslets are iconic and the species needs no introduction. The popularity of these difficult anthias rose way back when Cook Island shipments were commonplace in the hobby. While Cook Island [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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A 14-year study in an atoll reef lagoon in Glover's Reef, Belize has found that fishing closures there produce encouraging increases in populations of predatory fish species. However, such closures have resulted in only minimal increases in herbivorous fish, which feed on the algae that smother corals and inhibit reef recovery.

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Posted in ScienceDaily.com category
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It’s a rare event when something discovered by a recreational diver winds up validated in the scentific community.  But that’s precisely what’s happened with a story that first caught attention in July, 2011.  Godehard Kopp, a recreational diver, recorded a video in Lembeh Strait of a Mimic Octopus being followed around by an unidentified fish.  Had [...]

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Timoci Vula
Source: The Fiji Times
December 19, 2011

"GOD created all living things with a purpose.

And it is important that one must understand that and being able to strike a balance between living creatures, our culture and our surroundings.

Triumphant Miss Fiji Alisi Rabukawaqa, who flew back home with the Miss South Pacific crown last week, took this message with her to the pageant in Samoa.

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Posted in CORAL.org category
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If you are looking for a small, utility LED light take a gander at the SkyyeLight Utility LED by Innovative Marine. It appears these are a new iteration of the previous Skyye Light LEDs we covered. The new SkyyeLight LED has six 1W high brightness LEDs in a slime design with a bendable gooseneck that is attached to [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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Following up on the success of the smaller versions, TMC is getting the new AquaHabitats MicroHabitat 30 out to market just in time for the holidays. We picked up the news from Acuaristica showing the new 30 liter (around 7.93 gallons) tank that features a skimmer, hydrometer, thermometer and the new AquaRay Micro LED 500 with [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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You may have begun to notice Cree XT-E blue LEDs being included on some newer aquariums lights and unlike previous advancements, this generation of LEDs is designed for more than simple brightness and efficiency gains.  The Cree XT-E royal blue LED has been around for a little bit now, and is starting to get attention [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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Albino sharks and albino stingrays are remarkably rare in the wild and in captivity and so when we visit the Denver Downtown Aquarium, we just have to stop by and see their two albino bamboo cat sharks. Our first post on these albino sharks at the DTA featured mostly pictures taken with flash that made [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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