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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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Vitamin C may be vital to coral growth

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A new study investigating the poorly understood mechanisms behind coral calcification discovered something surprising: the most upregulated gene transcript for the process of calcification appeared to regulate Vitamin C.

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Cobitis takenoi: A new loach species

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We know there are loach fans out there! Sure; they might not be as sexy as new flasher wrasse species, but these bottom dwellers are fun fish with interesting behavior and winning personalities. Cobitis takenoi is the newest loach species described.

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Who wants to chip in for the ultimate timeshare?

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If we all pool our money, maybe we could share this $2.8 million USD floating house with an underwater master bedroom and bath with a coral reef view to die for.

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Three new flasher wrasses + comprehensive review of Paracheilinus

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Calling all wrasse fans: A new paper published in the Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation describes three new species of flasher wrasses: Paracheilinus alfiani, P.paineorum, and P.xanthocirritus, as well as thoroughly reviews the entire genus. Must-read reference material!

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A nassarius snail that sports a neon coat

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This is one blinged-out snail! Some Nassarius margaritifer from the Red Sea host colonies of a biofluorescent Cytaeis hydroid on their shells, resulting in snails that look like they are covered in green fiber-optic lights.

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Fish fins can sense touch

By University of Chicago Medical Center on Feb 19, 2016 at 09:00 AM

The human fingertip is a finely tuned sensory machine, and even slight touches convey a great deal of information about our physical environment. It turns out, some fish use their pectoral fins in pretty much the same way. And do so through a surprisingly similar biological mechanism to mammals -- humans included.

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Art reincarnated

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A dead bonsai tree is a sad reminder of failure when it remains lifeless in its pot. Yet, when the deadwood is repurposed in an aquascape, it can breath spectacular new life.

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Flamboyant Cuttlefish ménage à trois

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We share an oldie (well, 2012) but goodie video of three curious flamboyant cuttlefishes. When you've got a lifespan of just one year, you've got to make the most of your time on Earth.

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IM introduces Nuvo Black: Five show-quality aquariums

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Innovative Marine is recognized for their popular all-in-one aquariums and accessories. Now they're going back to "fundamentals" by introducing the Nuvo Black series, a line of premium quality aquariums.

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The passing of a beloved fish

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Fishkeepers can all relate to getting attached to our finned friends. When they gulp their last breath of water, it is very sad time indeed. The video of the last moments of 'Red,' a red devil cichlid, is heartwarming.

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Biodiversity's crowning achievement

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Coral reefs are believed to have the highest biodiversity of any ecosystem on Earth. If you think your LFS/online store has a large selection of reef life, you really ain't seen nothing. The variety of amazing reef life in this wonderful three minute video is mind-boggling.

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Motorboat noise gives predators a deadly advantage

By University of Exeter on Feb 09, 2016 at 09:00 AM

The rate that fish are captured by predators can double when boats are motoring nearby, according to pioneering work led by a University of Exeter marine biologist.

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For your bucket list consideration: Four epic underwater restaurants

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Eating exotic foods while surrounded by coral reef life – If this sounds like your idea of a dream epicurean experience, here are four restaurants that should make your short must-do list.

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ORA releases aquacultured scooter dragonet; red scooters coming soon

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Tally up another commercial breeding success for ORA Farm. They are now offering captive bred scooter dragonets (Synchiropus ocellatus), with red scooter dragonets (Synchiropus stellatus) coming in circa March 2016.

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So clean!

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One word comes immediately to mind when watching this video of Chinhooi Tan's "Aquascape Hidden Valley": CLEAN. Both the video quality and the aquarium are impossibly immaculate. Wonderful setup. Wonderful composition. Wonderful video. Bravo!

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