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Fishinformation vol: 3 The Emperor Angelfish

Posted by on Nov 6, 2013 in aquarium service ma, Aquatic Community, customer service, Emperor Angelfish, Featured, Fish, fish acclimation, Fishinformation, General Information, Live, livestock acclimation, Tropical Fish | 0 comments

  Look at this fish…     …Now look at this one: What do these two have in common?     If you answered “they’re both beautiful”, you’d be accurate. If you answered “”they’re both beautiful tropical reef fish”, you’d be more accurate. If you answered “They’re both angelfish”, you know your fish and I tip my cap. The real answer is that these two eye-catching fish are both members of the same species, the Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus...

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Fishinformation vol. 2: The Flasher Wrasse

Posted by on Oct 4, 2013 in aquarium service ma, Featured, Fish, fish acclimation, Fishinformation, Flasher Wrasse, General Information, Live, Live Rock, Triton S, Tropical Fish | 0 comments

  It’s Fish Friday at Imagine an Ocean and today we’re be taking a brief look at the colorful and entertaining flasher wrasse.   The term Flasher wrasse is used to describe species in the genus Paracheilinus.  They are named for their brash, showy movements and bright, bold colors that the males use to attract mates.       Their natural habitats include Kenya, the Maldives, Bali, Indonesia, and the Philippines. They are a hardy fish and live quite long in home...

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Fishinformation vol 1: Yellow Tang

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in aquarium service ma, customer service, Featured, Fish, fish acclimation, Fishinformation, General Information, Live, Tropical Fish, Yellow Tang | 0 comments

The yellow tang (Zebrasoma flavescens) is a very popular fish for home aquarists. These stunning animals are native to the shallow reefs west of Hawaii and East of Japan and Korea. In the wild they survive on algae, whether it is the turf variety that grows along the reef and reef beds or the algae that grows on the shells of marine turtles. Stunning video of yellow tangs eating algae off of a sea turtle. Go follow the crew over at SeaLife Help who shot, posted, and own this clip.   The...

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