We have Some really nice Corals, fish and Inverts in stock for the New Year including; Atlantic Pygmy Angel, Flame Angel, Sailfin Blenny, Alage Blennies, Copperband Buterfly, Green Mandrin, Spotted Mandrin, Yellow Tangs, Eightline Wrasse, Golden Maxima, Ultra Blue Maxima, ORange Gorgonian, Red Whip, Tiger Trochus Snails, Blue Eye Goni Frag, Deepwater Acropora, Tonga Mushrooms, Lettuce Rock, Purple Knobby Gorgonian, Coco Worms, Branching Toxic Hammer, Pink Tip Torch, Aussi Zoas, Mini Scolly, Blue Sponge Frags, Orange Hammer Coral, Alvepora Frags, Bubble Coral, Rainbow Chalice Aussi, Red Flower pot, Orange Octofrogspawn Aussi, LRG Cleaner Shrimp, Fromia Starfish.
Do you know how cool a particular fish has to be for LiveAquaria's own Director Kevin Kohen to get in front of the camera to tell us all about it?
In the American reef aquarium scene, the name Sanjay Joshi is synonymous with reefing knowledge, experience, and especially brightly lit reef tanks. Also k
Phytoplankton use photosynthesis, to create oxygen and essential fatty acids that are important to the health of marine organisms.
PhycoPure™ SeaPro AlgaGen PhycoPure™ SeaPro is a frozen phytoplankton concentrate that instantly activates and becomes live as soon as it's added
Best Of Video
In 2017, Dr. Tim Wijgerde really upped his time-lapse game and produced some of the best work we've seen. Here is his "best of" video in incredible 4K video quality. As we've said before, reef life is best appreciated with this type of photography.
Many tetras are difficult to sex. Often, differentiation comes down to fin lengths, subtle color deviations, or sometimes just the "fullness" of their bellies. But with Hyphessobrycon myrmex, the color between the sexes is unmistakable, and that's a good thing because this species is tiny.
What are your fishes' personalities?
Scientists are finding out what aquarists have long known: fishes have very distinct, complex, and stable personalities. All snarkiness aside, it's important for science to test and validate our anecdotal observations.
This encouraging trend may be the result of education about proper stocking levels.
Polls tracking pet ownership show that the number of fishkeepers (particularly marine fishkeepers) have increased in the USA over the past five years. However, over the same time period, UK fishkeepers have declined substantially. How is the fishkeeping scene where you live?
Let's Go To Vegas!
MACNA, the Marine Aquarium Conference of North America, will be in Las Vegas Nevada, September 7th to the 9th. If our math serves us correctly this will be
Fish respond to predator attack by doubling growth rate
Scientists recently stumbled upon an unexpected finding: Captive fish that were exposed to predators doubled their growth rate! Could our aquarium safe-spaces be stunting the growth of our fish?
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What is old is new again. Aquatic Life improves the classic, time-tested reverse osmosis design. Their new Classic Series is one of the cleanest iteration of the classic RO/DI form factor we have seen.
Clownfish and some dottybacks may get the most attention in discussions of captive bred marine fish, and especially domesticated of aquarium species. But s
It's well known that coral compete for space both on the reef and in aquariums, but some species fight with no holds barred. I just returned from Reefapalo
Scientists have closely examined the brains of mantis shrimp and discovered a brain structure that was previously only found in insects. The reason why crustaceans and insects resemble each other is increasingly evident: they diverged from the same evolutionary ancestor.
In 2015 a team from the California Academy of Science set out on a expedition to the Philippines to explore the Coral Triangle's biological treasures. The
Awesome inhabitants for reef
Shrimp tanks are popular among freshwater aquarists, but marine aquarists largely view shrimps as afterthoughts. Why? It's not as if coral reefs aren't filled with colorful and interesting shrimps such as this newly described snapping shrimp.
We have two Yellow Belly Hippos in stock, a couple small Harliquin shrimp, dragon face pipefish, Fiji shelf rock, Fiji branch rock, and many new corals in stock for the weekend.