Super Food is a new powdered dry food from ME Coral designed specifically with large polyp stony corals, clams, zoanthids, and other filter feeding marine animals in mind. The company, known primarily for their other coral supplement, Amino Polyp Xtender, or, as reef keeping aficionados call it “the one that works”, presents this new product to help filter feeding animals in reef aquarium environment stay healthy. Here’s a closer look at what exactly hides inside a plastic jar labeled ME Coral Super Food:
Whitetip Domino Damselfish (Dascyllus cf trimaculatus)
The West Pacific population of domino damselfish is easily recognized by the white posterior tip of the dorsal fin, as well as its dark head and dark fins.
Dascyllus cf trimaculatus, from Wakayama, Japan. Note the white dorsal fin tip and dark head. Credit: K. Bando
Damsels come in three groups for me: the peaceful, the mostly peaceful, and the complete nightmare fish from hell! Here’s one that fits in the latter category, though you can’t help but agree that it’s attractive.
Aqamai is a completely new line of products by the Italian manufacturer Hydor Group, and like its parent company, Aqamai products are designed and made in Italy. Hydor Group first introduced the brand to the public at Interzoo 2016, and is targeting a specific client base with Aqamai – a modern reefer that cares about both looks and functionality in aquarium equipment.… More:
For those of you following my blog and Youtube channel you know I am a believer in giving corals something to chow down on to promote their health and well being. Yes, a reef tank does supply corals nutrients such as fish poop but in my experience it does help to provide supplemental feeds to help corals flourish. A few weeks ago I took a look at the Coral Frenzy 1mm Reef Pellet, a product designed to feed certain animals such as Scolymia and Acan corals. In my latest installment on coral feeds I am featuring Coral Frenzy’s Ultimate Coral Food. This is Coral Frenzy’s original powder and it is designed to feed everything, including corals, filter feeders and even small fish. One stop shopping, if you
How effective are cleanup crews?
When we started it was going to be a short podcast because we both had busy days ahead of us. When we finished, we’d talked for an hour and covered our Aquatic Experience shows, forums and Facebook, mixing salt, and the value of cleanup crews. We hope you find this week’s show interesting. We had fun doing it. Download the podcast here
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Using and mixing Instant Ocean salts, Instant Ocean Products
Best Cleaner Crew for dirty sand bed, hipertec, Reef Central