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The Neo-Therm heater from Cobalt Aquatics is not a jangly glass, throw-away heater that you’ll have to replace in a couple years, but a robust electronic aquarium heating device. The slim profile of the Neo-Therm heater is great for fitting in small nano tanks and increasingly sophisticated little filter boxes sports and it also sports [...]

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Blastomussa loyae was first described from the Red Sea in 1978 as a separate species from Blastomussa merleti due to the separated walls and ‘irregular voids’ in the corallites of colonies. Blastomussa loyae was first discovered growing in abundance alongside B. merleti but although the species was first accepted as distinct, Stephen Cairns and Charles Veron subsequently classified [...]

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Although the aquascaping of this stunning reef of Carlinhos Moreno may be standard-issue, the beauty of this reef is still undeniable.  Yes, the scape of this Brazilian reef borders on the “fruit stand look” but the dark shadows created by the overhang manage this tank to shift away from that doom. The color on the [...]

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  The new IKS AquaView touch external display is a pretty piece of machinery for the IKS AquaStar and PondPilot controllers from the German company. The sleek looking black screen pops to life when needed and can be manipulated with virtual RGB sliders to get the exact background as you’d like. The German company looks to have [...]

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Cirrhilabrus beauperryi isn’t a species new to science or new to the aquarium trade. It has been offered for sale and is not a rare or uncommonly seen fish in wholesalers or fish stores. It is however, a relatively new addition to the Cirrhilabrus genus, and was previously confused with the similar looking C. punctatus. Officially [...]

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Cobalt Aquatics, the upstart company targeting the mass market aquatics industry has announced the availability of Cobalt Premium Pellets fish food. The food as you might have guessed comes in pellet form, perfect for a wide variety of both freshwater and saltwater fish. Two flavors of pellets will be available, a 1/16” diameter sinking pellet [...]

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Dave Levitan
Source: onearth
February 28, 2012

"Coral reefs can't seem to catch a break. Not only is ocean acidification -- the "other" CO2 problem -- threatening huge chunks of the world's coral, but overfishing may also destroy reefs.

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