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UK's largest ever illegal coral seizure - Manchester Airport

The largest ever live rock coral seizures has been made at Manchester Airport after it was illegally imported into the country....
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Stunning Orange Striped Hawaii Hermit Crabs On Offer

Fishmans Frags is offering these little fellows at only £4.95 on a special offer while stocks last!...
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Have you got a killer coral in your reef?

Although reef aquarists have been aware for some time that certain zoanthids can contain a powerful neurotoxin, it is not until the recent publication of a paper on the subject that it was clear how dangerous these animals could be....
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Reefs at risk

A new comprehensive analysis finds that 75 percent of the world’s coral reefs are currently threatened by local and global pressures....
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New Red Sea Coral Pro Salt

The new Red Sea salts are now out and are showing great results and elevated levels on Mag, Ca and Dkh. ...
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The New Aqualabs Coral Foods

A quick run down on the Aqualabs range of coral foods including. Reef Pellets, Polyp+ SPS and Polyp+ SPS...
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Stylophora Pistillata

Stylophora Pistillata coral is considered a moderately difficult coral to maintain in an aquarium and should only be incorporated into an already established, mature reef setting. It will require the addition of calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water....
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Stylophora Modax

Sweeper tentacles are common, especially at night and at the tips of branches. These sweepers are like those of Podillopora— effective, but comparatively short at 2.5 cm (1 in.) or less. Sweepers are a surprising feature, because these corals rank exceedingly low in aggression....
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Porites Astreoides

These corals require medium to high lighting, and usually the brighter colours require more intense lighting. Moderate water movement is also required and for this reason they should be placed high in the aquarium. They should be fed some form of invertebrate food once or twice a week....
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Pink Lace Coral

Stylaster or Distichopora sp. are almost impossible to keep in a closed system. They are ahermatypic which of course means they do not need light as they contain no zooxanthellae....
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