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Equipment: Bubble Magus Curve Skimmers

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Bubble Magus Curve Skimmers are a new design of skimmer in which the body of the skimmer is arranged in a whine glass shape. This helps the curve protein skimmer perform better than traditional body styles.  They range in price from $199 to $399 and are available from online retailers like this. CURVE 5 (140G) Pump: Bubble Magus ROCK –… [Read More]

Feature: Linckia Star – Linckia spp.

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One of our favorite Stars of a Reef aquarium, Blue Linckia can be a great addition.  These starts required a bit of extra care but once they are introduced then can be very successful in a large well established tank.   They are very personable and will contort themselves into making tons of weird looking configurations.  Some times even appearing… [Read More]

Coral Frenzy & Detroit Coral Farms Feeding

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Coral Frenzy really gets those corals going! Check out this feeding response video. So Cool. CORAL FRENZY is the perfect alternative for those who do not have the time, discipline, or desire to feed live or frozen foods.

Feature: Mexican Turbo Snail – Turbo fluctuosa

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The BEAST from the EAST as I like to call it.  The Mexican Turbo Snail is a favorite part of any cleanup crew.  Turbos are large algae grazing snails that are perfect for a reef tank with a lot of algae.  They can grow upwards of 4 inches although in home aquaria you usually don’t see them larger then 2… [Read More]

Red Sea Max 130/130D Circulation Pump Upgrade Kit

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Have a Red Sea Max 130/130D, all in one?  Red Sea has redesigned the pumps in these tanks.  Previously this tank required 2 small replacement pump to handle the main flow of the system.  Not anymore.  Red Sea designed a single pump that now replaces BOTH of the S-980’s.  You now only need one pump to replace both the older… [Read More]

Coral Frenzy – 0.5mm Reef Pellets

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CORAL FRENZY 0.5 mm REEF PELLET is the perfect alternative for those who do not have the time, discipline, or desire to feed live or frozen foods. Every Ingredient is listed on the label, so there is no question of what you are feeding. There are no “secret” ingredients or fillers; what you see is what you get. CORAL FRENZY… [Read More]

Featured Reeflander – Basile – Custom 150G Saphire w/ 75g Display Refugium

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A bit about me , just retired at 51 i had enough!! My doctor said i was stressed out so I’m taking the year OFF. Semi retired i should say because i don’t think i can stay put. Because my trade, Chef onships; i couldn’t have a permanent saltwater tank . This time i gave myself a retirement gift. I’m… [Read More]

Current USA Marine Orbit LED – Budget Friendly!

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The new Orbit Marine from Current is a killer new led created for a wide array of applications, plenty of good looks and cool features and out of the ordinary for this hobby.  BUDGET FRIENDLY!  Systems include everything you need to get started, 1 Orbit Marine LED fixture with attached adjustable docking mounts, 1 Ramp Timer Pro with Wireless LED… [Read More]

Neptune Systems MPR – Magnetic Probe Rack!

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Neptune Systems APEX – MPR – Magnetic Probe Rack The MPR – Magnetic Probe Rack was designed specifically for the Apex and will hold our larger diameter temperature probe, pH probe, ORP probe, and salinity probe. It’s made from acrylic and with strong neodymium magnets it will hold on tight even on sumps that are 1/2″ thick!

Utah’s new Living Planet Aquarium is Opening Shortly

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The Loveland Living Planet Aquarium located in Draper, Utah, United States, is the abode to 4000 animals coming from 450 species. The public aquarium is made of three main exhibits: Discover Utah, Ocean Explorer, and Journey to South America. The aquarium grew out of a project by Brent Andersen, a marine biologist in 1999 when two vans were equipped with… [Read More]

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