A few smaller test shipments of these aquacultured corals have already arrived in the United States and were distributed from the Biota Aquariums facility in Florida. Currently, Biota’s culture efforts are focused on Acorpora; hobbyists can expect varieties in several classic growth forms described as staghorn, bottlebrush, tabling, and bushy.
Aquarists get all excited about the latest pump or light, but we often forget about the small pieces of highly functional equipment that make aquarium keeping easier. Tunze has modernized and expanded its top-selling hose holder into a sleek and elegant way to secure and organize tubes and cords going into an aquarium or sump.
PNW Customs eliminates the DIY guesswork, offering a 32 oz. cube or 40 oz. reef micro-aquarium that is an impressive vessel to create a challenging and unique pico-reef experience.
California-based Unique Corals is showing off a rare offering in the reef aquarium hobby: Live Rock from Australia!
The African Angelfish, Holacanthus africanus, endemic to the tropical waters of the eastern Atlantic Ocean, is the latest ornamental marine fish to be successfully aquacultured for the first time; another captive-bred first for Florida-based Poma Labs!