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By admin - Posted Feb 14, 2011 10:00 PM
Below is a comprehensive listing of our latest blog posts sorted by date with the newest posts at the top of the list.
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Meet Corydoras eversi, a new cory species

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Corydoras eversi is a vibrant orange cory catfish discovered in rio Araguaia, Brazil by a fishkeeper and cory breeder! It's been in the aquarium trade for some time now, known among fishkeepers as Corydoras sp. “Guarana." Now it has a formal description.

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Five new pygmy sweepers

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John E. Randall and Sergey V. Borgorodsky have described five new pygmy sweeper (Parapriacanthus sp.) species. Don't feel bad if you don't know what a sweeper, let alone pygmy sweeper, is. These schooling fish rarely make it into the aquarium trade.

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Attention LFS: Do this.

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Studio Blue Aquatics is a new local fish store in Surprise, AZ (yes, that is the real name of the city). They set up this aquascape "play area" for customers to try out aquascaping ideas before committing to their driftwood and rock purchases.

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CBD petitions to prevent import of cyanide-caught fish

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Several major media outlets are all-of-a-sudden reporting about fish caught using cyanide for the aquarium trade. That's because this month the Center for Biological Diversity submitted a petition to NOAA and the National Fish and Wildlife Service to ban cyanide-caught fish.

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AquaMaxx launches NemoLight LED lights

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AquaMaxx has entered the LED arena with four new controllable and affordable LED strip lights intended for fish-only, low-to-medium light reef, and planted aquariums. All the models are extremely stylish, built from a sleek 1/2" aluminum unibody.

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Technique developed to grow corals directly on microscope slides

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Many reefkeepers who have kept Pocillopora sp. have experienced polyp bailout. Scientists now have devised a method to exploit this natural phenomenon to grow corals directly on microscope slides, which will allow researchers to study corals in unprecedented detail!

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First aquacultured yellow tangs are finally here!

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The dream has finally become reality! At least two major livestock wholesalers, Quality Marine and Segrest Farms, have received the first ever batch of captive bred yellow tangs.

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Make it rain!

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If you're looking to create something different for your next aquarium system, how about an aquarium (fresh or saltwater) with rain simulation? These two aquariums will blow your minds.

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The easiest way to win an Aqua Illumination Prime LED light!

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Aqua Illumination is giving away five Prime LED lights through five websites (and yes, you can win up to five Primes if you enter all the contests). Advanced Aquarist is offering the easiest way for you to win one.

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A $500 Aquarium Backpack?!

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Someone, please explain this product to us. Etsy seller 'uvproductionhouse' is selling a "self cleaning" transparent backpack - with decorations, snails, and goldfish - for $500 USD.

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Researchers found shallow-water corals are not related to their deep-water counterparts

By University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science on Mar 04, 2016 at 09:00 AM

A new study led by scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science found that shallow-reef corals are more closely related to their shallow-water counterparts over a thousand miles away than they are to deep-water corals on the same reef.

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Product recall: Top Fin Power Filters

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United Pet Group has issued a recall for its Top Fin Power Filters due to shock hazard. These HOB filters were sold exclusively at PetSmart.

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Isopod strips down for the camera

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Here is a very rare (possibly first) video documentation of a deep-sea giant isopod molting. The occurrence happened last month at the Toba Aquarium in Mie Prefecture, Japan.

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A rock wall aquascape has never looked so good

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"Rock wall" is often used as a disparaging description of the most basic reef aquascape: just as it sounds, an uninventive stack of rocks to form a wall. But when your rock wall is covered with big, colorful, healthy coral colonies like this ...

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A new, red, mini pleco species

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Meet Peckoltia wernekei, the newest member of the Loricariid (AKA pleco) family. It's reddish brown natural pigmentation is beautiful, and like other Peckoltia, P.wernekei is relatively small with an adult size about 10cm (4 inches).

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