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by mikejrice at 9:10 PM
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Distribution: North Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Papua New Guinea
Coloration: Specimens may be found in many colors including green, yellow, orange, purple and pink
Care level: Medium difficulty
Lighting requirements: Cryptic to medium
Flow: Moderate to high

SG: 1.023-1.026.
Calcium: 400-500.
Alk: 8-12.
Magnesium: 1350-1500.
Temperature: 76-82
Growth: Comparable to most species of encrusting montipora.

Stylocoeniella is an encrusting small polyp stony coral. It forms a smooth skin which protrudes past the corallites where growth is active. Corallites are extremely small and do not protrude from the skin. Thorn coral has very long polyps when compared with other SPS species. They are each capped with thin tentacles surrounding their perimeter.

I found this one at MACNA 2014 hiding among the corals in Jason Fox's flat. It was, of course, aquacultured by him, and my plan was immediately to continue spreading...
by gcarroll at 8:37 AM
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About The Event

Reef-A-Palooza 2013 was a monstrous success with higher attendance then ever, with 5000+ ticketed saltwater enthusiasts attending the two day event!

Saturday, October 25 , 2014 10AM-6PM
Sunday, October 26, 2014 10AM- 4PM
$15 Admission Fee
$10 -Seniors 60 and over
Free – Children 12 and younger

Reef-A-Palooza (RAP) is an annual event promoted by the Southern California Marine Aquarium Society (SCMAS). Now in its 11th year, RAP can best be described as an indoor marketplace where sellers, exhibitors, and hobbyists of all types can buy, sell, trade, showcase their products to the marine hobbyist community. The main purpose of Reef-A-Palooza is to provide an enjoyable, positive atmosphere that is conducive to education and trade of both product and knowledge. As such, participating exhibitors range from large manufacturers, to retailers, to small livestock sellers, and participating hobbyists range from the beginner to the elite,...
by evolved at 12:05 PM
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Desert Frag Fest
Nov 1-2, 11AM-5PM
Tempe Mission Palms, 60 East Fifth St, Tempe, Arizona 85281

Featuring speakers: Mark Callanhan (Mr. Saltwater), Bob Fenner, and Briana Vollmer

Vendors in attendance: Reef Farmers, Great Ocean Wonders, Reef Koi, The Coral Shop, Southwest Aquaculture, Gonzo Coral Frags, Reef Deep Aquatics, Zoanthids,com, Jason Fox, Limited Edition Corals, Discount Aquarium, Fishy Business, Club Reef, Spectrapure, Reef Dynamics, VASCA Aquarium Supply, Fishy Business, Blue Water Tropicals

Awesome Raffle Prizes!

Admission: $5 (per person, per day)

Like our Facebook page for up to date announcements! www.facebook.com/DesertFragFest


by Matt Rogers at 9:20 PM
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The Flipper Nano algae scrubber/scraper is the little brother to the Flipper Standard yet handles big tasks with equal ease. Algae on the aquarium glass? Gone in seconds. Waterline kalk build up? No problem. This is a nice scraper that is easy to handle too. Read for full review.

Got kalk? No problem.

I am a big fan of the original Flipper Standard and have continued to break it out for heavy build up that my Mag Float could not handle. However, the Standard may have just been retired. While it performed big tasks with ease, basic algae removal was a bit more of a chore as the strong magnets and fairly large size of the Standard made it cumbersome and hard to move fast on my 1/4" thick glass 2' cube tank. I was so impressed with how it removed kalk buildup that it really didn't occur to me that a much smaller version would work much better on my nano aquarium.

Fortunately Flipper thought of...
by MarineDepot at 12:25 PM
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We recently began testing a Maxspect Gyre prototype in our 80-gallon shallow reef aquarium in the office and quickly realized we'd need a bigger, deeper tank to truly get a feeling of what this revolutionary device can do.

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