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The Giesemann Galaxxy 500 LED is a new high powered LED light from the respected German manufacturer which is packing a lot of high technology before and after the point of light generation. The Giesemann Galaxxy is truly an apt name for a light fixture that is populated with a veritable constellation of LED diodes

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08
Spending time under water, we learn so much about the animals we care about. We even discover animals that we never heard of that live among the exact same coral that we have in our tank at home. The Bubble Coral Shrimp, Vir philippinensis, is a relative unknown species in the aquarium hobby although a very widely

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07
The Radion XR15w Pro LED may be a smaller LED light from Ecotech Marine, but it’s still packing the whole suite of features which has made the Radion such a successful LED reef aquarium light. Priced at $449 for a single cluster you can think of the Radion XR15w as a high powered LED spotlight

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07
Among blennies the genus Ecsenius includes some of the most colorful, personable and aquarium-suitable species. Species like Midas and Bicolor blennies are part of the mainstay of marine aquarium fishes while others like Ecsenius pictus, Ecsenius tigris and Ecsenius oculus are among the more seldom yet equally captivating members of this adorable group of nano reef

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07
Convict chalice corals are specimens of Echinophyllia plating colonies with a very distinctive series of stripes running usually from the edge of the oral disc (mouth) to the colonie’s edges. The lines of convict chalice corals can be very dark, or very bright, but either form gives these uniquely colored corals a very startling appearance, and

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06
We’re sorry to report that there will be no podcast this week. A family wedding on Christine’s end of the operation and travel on Gary’s end conspired to make it impractical to record this week. Rest assured, we’ll be back … Continue reading

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05
The pseudo-legendary Navigobius dewa weaved its way into the hearts of rare fish lovers alike back in 2009 when it was described, with its scintillating, almost alien-techno-raver-laser pink and purple coloration. Since then, very few pieces have entered the trade, and many photos of the species available online are of wild specimens by local japanese photographers.

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Biologists have shown that inhabited coral islands that engage in commercial fishing dramatically alter their nearby reef ecosystems, disturbing the microbes, corals, algae and fish that call the reef home.

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