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For the last couple of years we’ve covered the unique Coral-Shop products from across the pond first as a curious line of balling and seawater chemistry management solutions. However, as of this week the Sol additives and Profitower dosing pump are no longer just the domain of European reefers as the first shipment of Coral [...]

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Pharos LED lights so far have been mostly large and bulky thick fixtures that are more reminiscent of the larger LED boat-lights like the Solaris but a new prototype Pharos is taking a decidedly familiar direction. This new svelte Pharos LED fixture boasts a recognizable design of having most of the electronics riding the underside [...]

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The genus Bodianus has got to be one of the the favorites amongst reefers and fish lovers alike. They’re robust, hardy, have so much personality and not to mention beautiful. Here at ReefBuilders, we’ve already covered many of the rarer members of this genus such as B. masudai, B. paraleucosticticus and B. sanguineus. If you [...]

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Lessons from tens of millions of years ago are pointing to new ways to save and protect today's coral reefs and their myriad of beautiful and many-hued fishes at a time of huge change in the Earth's systems. Today's complex relationship between fishes and corals developed relatively recently in geological terms -- and is a major factor in shielding reef species from extinction, say experts.

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We return this week to further discuss ecolabelling and the legislative situation in Hawaii, but our primary focus in this podcast is on the Jan/Feb issue of Coral magazine and its articles about what our hobby is doing to produce … Continue reading

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Recent carbon dioxide emissions have pushed the level of seawater acidity far above the range of the natural variability that existed for thousands of years, affecting the calcification rates of shell-forming organism.

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Rising human carbon dioxide emissions may be affecting the brains and central nervous system of sea fishes with serious consequences for their survival, an international scientific team has found. Carbon dioxide concentrations predicted to occur in the ocean by the end of this century will interfere with fishes' ability to hear, smell, turn and evade predators, says a professor.

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For the first time scientists have shown that corals hosting a single type of zooxanthellae can have different levels of thermal tolerance -– a feature that was only known previously for corals with a mix of zooxanthellae. This finding is important because many species of coral are dominated by a single type of zooxanthellae.

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