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Sometimes the simplest things are just genius and PrecisionWerks has another useful product that aims at making coral fragging easier. With the PrecisionWerkz frag station, you have a water transfer containers, a frag rack and tool holder all in one convenient and easy to clean component. PrecisionWerks has the frag station available in two sizes, [...]

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Last week while making a crawl of the Denver area aquarium stores I stumbled across an insanely bright starfish that made my jaw drop. Now I’ve seen a few different types of ‘chocolate chip’ starfish, some of which were mostly red with brown to black spines on top and a dusky perimeter but never have [...]

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You better hurry because time is running out to get a discount on MACNA 2001 tickets. If you get your tickets purchased online before Sunday, July 31, you’ll be able to secure them for $125 before they jump up to $150. The $125 gets you full registration and access to MACNA 2011 in Des Moines, [...]

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Here we have a peculiar video of Tunze’s largest water pump, the Turbelle MasterStream 6515, outfitted to a small boat and pushing it along with great force. We received this video from Roger Vitko of Tunze USA who estimates that the boat, battery and passenger probably weighed in around 450 pounds yet it appears that [...]

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Although AquaticLife has somewhat of a penchant for the modular LED and T5 lights, they have departed from that trend with a new HO T5 fixture which is is all in with an 8 bulb set up. The new 8-bulb, high output T5 light from AquaticLife will only be available in a four foot, 432 [...]

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Ewen  Callaway
Source: Nature
July 24, 2011

"One of the coral species hit hardest by climate change has become the first to have its genome published. The genome of the branching coral Acropora digitifera appears online today in Nature1. The draft sequence of a related species common on Australia's Great Barrier Reef, the staghorn coral Acropora millepora, was released online earlier this month, prior to formal publication.

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The Solar Genesis plasma grow light from Chameleon Grow Systems is arguably one of the best looking and best performing lights we’ve yet seen using the LIFI component from Luxim. We recently had the chance to meet with the president of CGS Chris Pieser, who brought his Solar Genesis I plasma light to the Denver [...]

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Ozone is a pretty useful tool in oxidizing dissolved organics in the aquarium and the new Octopus Ozone is one promising unit that cranks out up to 250mg an hour. The Octopus O3 generator uses room air and comes with a built in dryer box with silica gel to remove moisture. If you are looking for a way to keep [...]

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