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A lot of you have asked for the second part in this series, so here it comes. If you have not had a chance yet, check out ReefTools visits Drs. Foster and Smith and LiveAquaria part 1. We have visited LiveAquaria now for a second time this year, so we will incorporate photos from both […]

LiveAquaria has added a real gem to their Diver’s Den section. This Aussie Spiny Seahorse Female, Hippocampus angustus, is very hard to find in the US. In their usual fashion, the crew at LiveAquaria has quarantine this seahorse for over a month, and have trained it to eat HUFA enriched live adult brine shrimp, frozen […]

LiveAquaria.com just released a notice about June’s Limited Edition DFS Captive Grown Corals. We can all look forward to seeing Northwood’s Strawberry Shortcake on Diver’s Den shortly. This Acropora microclados looks to have a green body with brilliant pink growth tips. We can’t wait to see these frags sold and grown into colonies like the […]

The DFS Super Blue Tenuis is incredible. The incredibly bright blue Acropora tenuis from LiveAquaria is available in limited quantities on Diver’s Den. This coral, collected in Australia, has only been available since the beginning of May, so make sure to check it out and pick up one of the few frags left. You’ll also […]

Here is info from episode 31 of Reefcast. To listen to this episode, visit www.reefcast.com, click on “downloads” and go to episode 32. Please make sure to download the episode to your computer and then listen to it so that you are not wasting their bandwidth each time you listen. Ok, I was cracking up […]

SAVE 47%! The Helfrichi’s Firefish is also known as the Helfrich’s Dartfish, or Helfrich’s Firefish. The head is distinctly yellow with a purple forehead, and the body is varying shades of purple and white. It requires a 10 gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of loose coral rubble as part of the aquascape, and a […]

The Scott’s Fairy Wrasse, also known as the Black-fin or Blackedge Fairy Wrasse, originates from the waters of Australia, Cook Islands, and Fiji, and each location represents a color variation of Cirrhilabrus scottorum. The Scott’s Fairy Wrasse from Fiji is also known as Scott’s Greenback Fairy Wrasse and is mostly green in color with a […]

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