Macro coral visual feast

Video | 30th January 2014 | 0 comments

This advert for Polyp Lab highlighting their Polyp Booster product is simply stunning. The closeups and time-lapse sequences, the colours – everything combined makes for an outstanding bit of reef aquarium cinematography.

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Ricordea florida, Ricordea yuma – What is the difference?

Corals, Video | 10th April 2013 | 2 comments

No matter which you look at it, both Ricordea’s – yes, there are two types and they hail from opposite sides of the world. Ricordea florida is from the Caribbean while Ricordea yuma hails from Indonesia. This beautiful group of corallimorphs offer us nano reef hobbyist some fine examples of stunning yet easy to care for […]

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Albert Thiel video interview by Thomas Brown

Interviews, Video | 9th April 2013 | 0 comments

Thomas Brown of ThomasVisionReef sits down with Albert Thiel to discuss The Nano Reef Aquarium book and a few other things.   Be sure to check out some of Thomas’s other aquarium related videos over on youtube.  

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Coral: Rekindling Venus

Video | 15th March 2013 | 1 comments

Sit back and enjoy this visual delight. Can’t wait to see the full production. More information here:   Thanks to @EcoTechMarine.

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Maricultured corals

Corals, Video | 10th February 2013 | 1 comments

As our wonderful reefkeepking hobby has grown so has the appearance of coral farms across the globe. Now when we think of a coral farm we usually picture a few shallow aquariums packed with hundreds of frags all neatly lined up sitting inches below high intensity lighting. These farms are sometimes located in a basement […]

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5 videos of rare Centropyge angelfish

Video | 5th February 2013 | 4 comments

If you know your dwarf angelfish, you will know that the following videos show off some of the most rare and beautiful examples of the Centropyge family. Personally, the Centropyge interruptus is my favourite, which is yours? 1. Fiji Blue Midnight Angel – Centropyge Deborae 2. Centropyge Venustus 3. Centropyge narcosis and Centropyge boylei in the wild […]

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