Propagation techniques and results
April 20, 2013 - Richardson Texas: Our club had the first frag swap of the year inside the community room of the St Barnabas Presbyterian Church on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. About 100 people or more converged on the swap to buy, sell, and trade corals.
As previously stated, our frag swaps have come a long way from what I attended a decade ago. Gone are the tables full of small bags of water, replaced by aquariums lit with LED fixtures to showcase the abundant selections available
Updated 04-21-2013 at 06:15 PM by melev
Here's a video some of you might enjoy about Frag Swaps. Especially preparing for the event. I love the frag transport system. Hmmm!!! Might have to build me one.
One of my friends came over today to pick up his critters from the Keys Critters group buy, and spotted a mass of eggs flowing in the water. I hadn't noticed them, and if I had I would have assumed it was some white sponge, but he's obviously right. I'm guessing Chromis eggs, but really have no idea. Neat find, right?
I've had this cowrie for a few years now, but today I saw something I'd not seen before. It seems to be laying eggs. It was mostly on the glass, but leaning on the cleaning magnet in the upper left corner of the tank.
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I've had a group of five Pajama Cardinal fish in my reef now for about 9 months, I believe. They don't move about much, but at night they seem to be on the prowl. These are nocturnal fish, not unlike Bengaii Cardinalfish (wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banggai_cardinalfish ).
The difference between the males and the females is the shape of the jawline. The males have a dump-truck like jaw, and can carry babies in their mouth until they are ready to release. I've been watching