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Cirrhilabrus nahackyi has just been officially described a few days ago and here are some beautiful pictures of the species by Dr. Hiroyuki Tanaka. In case you have not heard, C. nahackyi is the newest member to join the Cirrhilabrus genus and hails from the exotic islands of Tonga and Fiji. For those not lucky [...]

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FlatwormStop is a new treatment from Zeovit which allows direct dosing of a full stocked reef aquariums. FlatwormStop is safe for all fish and invertebrates and it works to eradicate Acro Eating Flatworms by stimulating the immune response of Acropora corals. Acro Eating Flatworms have been the bane of Acropora  growers for almost a decade now. [...]

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Giganthias serratospinosus is a brand new species to be described from Lombok, Indonesia by William White and Dharmadi. Giganthias used to be a monotypic genus with only one member, G. immaculatus, that is until now. The range of G. immaculatus spans from Japan to Taiwan, but the new G. serratospinosus is an indo-pacific species, and [...]

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Fungia fralinae is a fairly common, popular and robust species of disc coral which is more often an attractive green color with orange mouths. It is actually less common to get Fungia fralinae as an individual polyp than as the remnants of an old colony which has died and been reborn with small polyp ‘anthoblasts’ which [...]

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The ATB Seahorse Feeder is so ingenious that it’s a wonder no one has thought of building something like it before, at least not at the commercial level. The ATB Seahorse Feeder is basically a tube floating vertically in the aquarium with an open end on top for inserting food and a feeding dish at [...]

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It’s with a bit of sadness that we report today that it looks like the world’s most famous Onyx Percula Clownfish, “Mamma” Onyx, has vanished after at least 17 years in captivity.  With no body being found, the official tang police report has been filed under “missing fishes”, but as the days drag on we’re [...]

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The stealthy reef light pictured above is a limited edition black version of the JBJ unibody reef LED light. With a black anodized body made entirely out of aluminum and an brushed aluminum cover the limited edition JBJ Unibody LED looks like it could double as a small shield in hand-to-hand combat. For now the [...]

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The Crosshatch x Bluethroat triggerfish hybrid of Xanthichthys mento x X. auromarginatus is an amazingly rare specimen of reef fish coming in tonight’s Diver’s Den. If you liked the hybrid triggerfish we posted about a couple of weeks and and want to get something special, it doesn’t get much more singular than this hybrid crosshatch [...]

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