Josh Saul

Josh Saul is a technology consultant for large global banks. He has been involved in the aquarium hobby for 20 years and has been SCUBA diving for more than 30.

Recent Blog Posts

Step Up Your Coral Photo Game

Step Up Your Coral Photo Game

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XF9iY5cocB0 This is the Proscope Micro Mobile, a tricked out underwater camera bag designed specifically for an iPhone.  Not only does it fit your iOS device, but it has a build in 'macro' lens and light to illuminate small critters and...

Project Y Fungia – Now at Unique Corals

Project Y Fungia – Now at Unique Corals

ReefGen's follow up to the highly acclaimed Project X Fungia. The Project Y Fungia is an extremely bright neon green with purple/black striations and glowing orange mouths. This particular strain is harder to propagate and takes more coaxing to produce its multi-mouth...

Wanna scare your favorite Ichthyologist?

Wanna scare your favorite Ichthyologist?

If you're like us, this thing is absolutely terrifying.  It only takes seeing these things once or twice to make us scarred for life.  The idea that someone would purposefully create an isopod iPhone case is strange enough, but can you imagine the look on people's...

This many Thor amboinensis is called a?

This many Thor amboinensis is called a?

The critters above, a pack of Thor amboinensis, are a favorite of many reef aquarium hobbyists and are known for their wonderful dancing displays.  Also known as the Sexy Shrimp, these little critters are commonly found in pairs, but rarely in a group this large. ...

Reefs App Update

Reefs App Update

The Reefs App has been updated to version 4.0.3 and iOS users will receive the free update automatically or you can force the update from within the App Store.  Lots of bugs have been fixed and the app has several enhancements including iOS7 styling, controller...

National Geographic’s Best Photos – 2013 Final Round

National Geographic’s Best Photos – 2013 Final Round

This yellowbanded/ringed pipefish (Doryrhamphus pessuliferus) was captured in a photo that has made its way into the final round of National Geographic's 2013 Best Photo contest.  The other photos in the final round are all incredible, and you can vote for which one...

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