TMC shows off their juvenile captive bred Clarion angelfish

Fish | 17th June 2013 | 0 comments

On Friday, Tropical Marine Centre posted a teaser image via twitter of a new fish they got in. Today they revealed this beauty, a juvenile captive bred Clarion Angelfish (Holacanthus clarionensis). Based on previous reports on the web, this juvenlie more than likely originated from Bali Aquarich. Enjoy the video below of this amazing angelfish, which […]

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Jawfish make excellent fish for nano reef aquariums

Features, Fish | 17th March 2013 | 4 comments

Jawfishes that are most commonly found in the aquarium trade are of the Genus Opisthognathidae. There are however other genuses, for example: Lonchopisthus Jawfish, Merogymnoides Jawfish, and quite a few more. The latter genuses are however not often encountered when one visits fish stores, or even online sellers. The main reasons appear to be that […]

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Getting those new & sometimes fussy fish eating

Features, Fish | 8th March 2013 | 2 comments

Have you ever picked out a great fish for your nano aquarium–only to find out that it simply refuses to eat anything you offer? No matter what tasty morsel you drift by them tantalizingly, they seem to turn their nose up in protest. As a conscientious aquarium hobbyist–what can you do? In truth, there are […]

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The Clownfish of Bali Aquarich

Fish | 16th February 2013 | 7 comments

Bali Aquarich is an Indonesian based fish farm that has been breeding clownfish since 2004. Although their focus hasn’t always been on clownfish (they’ve been breeding grouper for over 20 years along with various other fry), some of the morphs that have come from this tropical based facility is just outstanding.  

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Fishes for the nano reef aquarium

Fish | 13th February 2013 | 12 comments

General rules on stocking your nano aquarium The first, and perhaps the most important rule, is not to overstock your nano aquarium, and overstocking applies not just to how many fish you house in your tank, but to the total number of life forms you have in the tank, so it includes corals, crustaceans, invertebrates, […]

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