Daily News October 15, 2011

The latest posts from Reef Builders, Advanced Aquarist, and Coral Magazine.

  • Captive bred flame angelfish spotted in a nano cube at Backer in Chicago
    Captive bred flame angelfish are so real they’re already being flaunted for sale at the Backer trade show in Chicago of all places. Who would have thought that we would see evidence for successfully raised pygmy angelfishes not once, but twice in one week – first it was the captive bred Caribbean pygmy angelfish from […]
  • Captive bred flame angelfish spotted in a nano cube at Backer in Chicago
    Captive bred flame angelfish are so real they’re already being flaunted for sale at the Backer trade show in Chicago of all places. Who would have thought that we would see evidence for successfully raised pygmy angelfishes not once, but twice in one week – first it was the captive bred Caribbean pygmy angelfish from […]
  • Aberrant Hawaiian Yellow Tang headed to LiveAquaria.com Divers Den
    It’s not often that we come across these bizarre “piebald” aberrant Zebrasoma sp. in the hobby, and the folks over at LiveAquaria.com have this beautiful fish in captivity about to hit the Divers Den WYSIWYG section of the site.
  • Aberrant Hawaiian Yellow Tang headed to LiveAquaria.com Divers Den
    It’s not often that we come across these bizarre “piebald” aberrant Zebrasoma sp. in the hobby, and the folks over at LiveAquaria.com have this beautiful fish in captivity about to hit the Divers Den WYSIWYG section of the site.
  • Fluval EDGE getting a new LED replacement for the halogen spotlight
    With the announcement of the Fluval EDGE LED replacement lamp Hagen’s highly acclaimed nano aquarium light finally joins the two thousand tens. That crummy little halogen lamp that originally comes with the Fluval EDGE aquarium is barely bright enough to light up the little stylish six gallon tank, with the highly inefficient halogen light probably […]
  • Fluval EDGE getting a new LED replacement for the halogen spotlight
    With the announcement of the Fluval EDGE LED replacement lamp Hagen’s highly acclaimed nano aquarium light finally joins the two thousand tens. That crummy little halogen lamp that originally comes with the Fluval EDGE aquarium is barely bright enough to light up the little stylish six gallon tank, with the highly inefficient halogen light probably […]
  • The black-margin dottyback, Pseudochromis tapeinosoma, is rarely seen and full of character
    The first time I ever saw and heard of this cool little fish was back in January this year. Back then I had no idea what this little fish was, and so did many other people. After digging around and with the help of a few well endowed ichthyologist, the identity of this spunky fish […]

Daily News October 15, 2011

The latest posts from Reef Builders, Advanced Aquarist, and Coral Magazine.

  • Captive bred flame angelfish spotted in a nano cube at Backer in Chicago
    Captive bred flame angelfish are so real they’re already being flaunted for sale at the Backer trade show in Chicago of all places. Who would have thought that we would see evidence for successfully raised pygmy angelfishes not once, but twice in one week – first it was the captive bred Caribbean pygmy angelfish from […]
  • Captive bred flame angelfish spotted in a nano cube at Backer in Chicago
    Captive bred flame angelfish are so real they’re already being flaunted for sale at the Backer trade show in Chicago of all places. Who would have thought that we would see evidence for successfully raised pygmy angelfishes not once, but twice in one week – first it was the captive bred Caribbean pygmy angelfish from […]
  • Aberrant Hawaiian Yellow Tang headed to LiveAquaria.com Divers Den
    It’s not often that we come across these bizarre “piebald” aberrant Zebrasoma sp. in the hobby, and the folks over at LiveAquaria.com have this beautiful fish in captivity about to hit the Divers Den WYSIWYG section of the site.
  • Aberrant Hawaiian Yellow Tang headed to LiveAquaria.com Divers Den
    It’s not often that we come across these bizarre “piebald” aberrant Zebrasoma sp. in the hobby, and the folks over at LiveAquaria.com have this beautiful fish in captivity about to hit the Divers Den WYSIWYG section of the site.
  • Fluval EDGE getting a new LED replacement for the halogen spotlight
    With the announcement of the Fluval EDGE LED replacement lamp Hagen’s highly acclaimed nano aquarium light finally joins the two thousand tens. That crummy little halogen lamp that originally comes with the Fluval EDGE aquarium is barely bright enough to light up the little stylish six gallon tank, with the highly inefficient halogen light probably […]
  • Fluval EDGE getting a new LED replacement for the halogen spotlight
    With the announcement of the Fluval EDGE LED replacement lamp Hagen’s highly acclaimed nano aquarium light finally joins the two thousand tens. That crummy little halogen lamp that originally comes with the Fluval EDGE aquarium is barely bright enough to light up the little stylish six gallon tank, with the highly inefficient halogen light probably […]
  • The black-margin dottyback, Pseudochromis tapeinosoma, is rarely seen and full of character
    The first time I ever saw and heard of this cool little fish was back in January this year. Back then I had no idea what this little fish was, and so did many other people. After digging around and with the help of a few well endowed ichthyologist, the identity of this spunky fish […]
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