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Posted on Nov 24 2015 - 6:04pm by
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Lightning maroon clownfish The Lightning Maroon Clownfish from Papua New Guinea is the latest feather in the cap of the Seasmart Program at Blue Zoo Aquatics. Black phantom clownfish The Phantom Clownfish is a new strain of Amphiprion ocellaris from Sea & Reef Aquaculture, with a unique pattern of dark black and bright white. The Phantom Clownfish is the...

Posted on Mar 16 2015 - 8:37am by
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Lionfish are members of the subfamily Pteroinae, which places them within the family Scorpaenidae. Pteroinae includes five genera and about sixteen species. See some Lionfish species here.   Dwarf Lionfish Scientific Name: Dendrochirus biocellatus Minimum Tank Size: 30 Gallon Care Level: Expert Only Temperature : 72-78° F pH: 8.1-8.4 Specific Gravity : 1.020-1.025 Max....

Posted on Feb 25 2015 - 9:25am by
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The regal angelfish or royal angelfish, Pygoplites diacanthus, It is found in tropical Indo-Pacific oceans. Its can grow as long as 25 cm. Regal angelfish is one of the most wanted in aquarium with vivid vertical striations of blue, white, yellow, or orange on the body and pelvic fin. This coloration is more prevalent in specimens that are more mature and are...

Posted on Feb 24 2015 - 7:10pm by
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Clown triggerfish (Balistoides conspicillum), also known as the bigspotted triggerfish. The clown triggerfish has large white spots on its black belly and small black spots on its yellow back. It has a thick, white band under the eye and bright, yellow-orange lips.  Clown triggerfish Scientific Name: Balistoides conspicillum Family: Balistoides Minimum Tank...

Posted on Feb 23 2015 - 8:58pm by
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Powder Blue Tang The Powder Blue Tang, Acanthurus leucosternon and also known as the Powder Blue Surgeonfish, has an oval body shape with extremely colorful, bold markings. It is prized for its vivid colors and bold markings, with several varying shades of blue accented by yellow and white. Bright yellow highlights the dorsal and pectoral fins, and striking blue-black...

Installing a Saltwater Aquarium   It is said that nothing will catch the attention of your guests rather than a gorgeous saltwater aquarium filled with a variety of colors, shapes and species. The main secret behind having a healthy and colorful aquarium is being informed, patient and responsible. Here is a small guide that will help anyone in need of installing...

Posted on Sep 11 2012 - 6:58am by
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Blue damselfish ,Chrysiptera cyanea, also commonly known as blue damselfish, sapphire devil, or orangetail blue damselfish, is a popular saltwater aquarium. It’s a really colorful, hardy, and active fish. The female is all blue; the male has an orange tail, and is also well-known by the common name of Orangetail Blue Damselfish. In the wild, Blue Devil...

Posted on Sep 3 2012 - 9:10am by
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Paracanthurus hepatus is a species of Indo-Pacific surgeonfish. A popular fish in marine aquaria, it is the only member of the genus Paracanthurus.[1][2] A number of common names are attributed to the species, including regal tang, palette surgeonfish, blue tang (leading to confusion with the Atlantic Acanthurus coeruleus), royal blue tang, hippo tang, flagtail surgeonfish,...

Posted on Apr 20 2012 - 5:02am by
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Copperband Butterflyfish, Chelmon rostratus, also commonly called the Beak Coralfish is found in reefs in both the Pacific and Indian Oceans. This butterflyfish is one of the three species in the genus Chelmon, all being known for having longer beaks.   Chelmon rostratus Minimum Size at least more 50 gallons 75 – 84°F 8.1 –...

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