We have over 25,000 gallons of saltwater and work directly with Florida Fish and Wildlife holding training classes for field officers, assisting with classification of new species and overall sustainability of saltwater animals within the natural ecosystem of Florida. We have a unique view of the aquarium industry as many of the animals we discover have yet to be written about on a hobbyist level. These new saltwater animals are often a focus of videos, pictures and detailed account of these unique animals. In addition, we focus on providing an in depth view of the potential for aquaculture and long term sustainability of our reefs along the Florida coastline.
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Copepods meaning “oar-feet” are a group of small crustaceans found in the sea The body of an amphipod is divided into 13 segments Amphipods are typically less than 10 millimeters Mature females bear a marsupium, or brood pouch, which holds her eggs while they are fertilized and until the young are ready to hatch Around […] The post Copepods & Amphipods: Fun Facts that will blow your mind! appeared first on My...
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Copepods: the largest biomass on earth, the fastest organism and having one of the highest nutrient dense biological makeups, The mighty Copepod is the Super food of the Ocean. This subclass of Crustecean, Copepoda, make up the largest biomass on earth.; this fact alone is indicative of the critical role copepods play in the health […] The post Do you want copepods in your reef tank? Considered the Super Food of the Ocean appeared first on My...
A fantastic fish for your coral reef tank! The post Banggai Cardinalfish – Is this the Fabulous Reef Safe Fish you have been looking for in your reef tank? appeared first on My Reef.
Not feeding your Corals ? We break it down so you can fatten them up! A fat coral is a happy coral! The post Not feeding your Corals ? We break it down so you can fatten them up! A fat coral is a happy coral! appeared first on My Reef.
Sun Corals are NON photosynthetic – meaning that they do not need sunshine for life – but they must have meaty foods & flow. Sun Corals are some of the coolest corals available within the coral market because they will eat and eat, and once they are in the habit of eating at an exact […] The post Sun Coral Tubastrea: well trained & beautiful appeared first on My...
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