Reef Beef Episode 46: Old Men Yell at Clouds with Matt Pedersen

Old Men Yell at Clouds with Matt Pedersen - Episode 46 In this episode we interview Matt Pedersen to the potential update to the Lacey Act, the rise and fall of home fish breeding. Thank you to our sponsors: Biota Aquariums: https://www.thebiotagroup.com Saltwater Aquarium: https://www.SaltwaterAquarium.com?aff=20 The Veterans, Military, and Civil Service Discount program is now Open to Healthcare Workers. - https://www.saltwateraquarium.com/military-civil-servant-5-discount/?aff=20 Their loyalty program includes 5% Back via Reward points and Freebies https://www.saltwateraquarium.com/free-stuff.html?aff=20 Links: Reef to Rainforest Article: https://www.reef2rainforest.com/2022/02/09/aquarium-apocalypse-can-lacey-act-amendments-really-cripple-or-end-the-u-s-aquarium-and-pet-trade/ Latest call to action updates: https://aquariumtrade.org/ MiniWaters: http://miniwaters.fish/ Frank Marini: http://reefkeeping.com/authors/fm.php Get notified of new episodes by receiving an email from Reef Beef! https://reefbeefpodcast.com/notify/ Buy Reef Beef a Beer! https://reefbeefpodcast.com Become a Member: https://reefbeefpodcast.com/membership Time Stamps 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:16 Welcome Matt! 00:02:07 Good to see each other 00:03:26 What is new with Matt? 00:15:22 Matt the fish breeder 00:19:45 SPONSOR: Biota Aquariums 00:21:50 Mad Scientist Matt 00:44:02 SPONSOR: SaltwaterAquarium.com 00:46:06 Who is important to listen to? 00:52:18 Confirmation Bias and… 01:05:34 Become a member! 01:08:02 Matt’s Beef: Take House and Senate Bills Seriously 01:38:18 Last Words 01:42:40 Wrap Up 01:48:45 Bloopers

Reef Beef Episode 31 – Go Fluc Yourself

Reef Beef - Episode 31 - Go Fluc Yourself In this episode we talk about our time off, MACNA and the proceeding discussions, and using Fluconazole. Thank you to our sponsors: PolypLab https://www.polyplab.com And https://www.SaltwaterAquarium.com?aff=20 The Veterans, Military, and Civil Service Discount program is now Open to Healthcare Workers. - https://www.saltwateraquarium.com/military-civil-servant-5-discount/?aff=20 Their loyalty program includes 5% Back via Reward points and Freebies https://www.saltwateraquarium.com/free-stuff.html?aff=20 Links: Marine Breeding Initiative :http://www.mbisite.org/ MACNA 2021 Videos: https://masna.org/members/masna-member-videos/ Rich on Melev’s show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIP2QpqKJPw Get notified of new episodes by receiving an email from Reef Beef! https://reefbeefpodcast.com/notify/ Buy Reef Beef a Beer! https://reefbeefpodcast.com Become a Member: https://reefbeefpodcast.com/membership Time Stamps 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:36 How is Ben? 00:07:44 How is Rich? 00:14:43 SPONSOR: PolypLab 00:18:35 Ben buys Rich corals 00:20:46 Rich’s Nitrates 00:21:50 MACNA 2021 00:23:12 Dr. Andy Rhyne & Forums 00:27:56 SPONSOR: SaltwaterAquarium.com 00:31:54 Rich on Melev’s show 00:47:00 Support Reef Beef 00:47:55 Difficulty in setting up a reef tank 00:54:53 Fluconazole 01:06:23 Wrap Up 01:06:54 Bloopers

Sea And Reef Releases Longfin Snow Storm Clownfish for the First Time

Sea and Reef has just released the 11th designer longfin clownfish.  The new fish is a longfin version of the very popular Snow Storm Clownfish. As Manny aquarists know, longfin clownfish are not new to the hobby, but Sea & Reef’s new Longfin Clownfish have a much different look to them. Their longfin clownfish have long flowing fins with a rounded, more even outlines. This sets them apart from the typical longfin strain that display jagged, stiff fins with uneven edges often observed from other clownfish breeders. The reason for the different look of Sea & Reef’s longfin clownfish is due to different genetics. It was bound to happen that the Storm Clownfish gene and the Longfin gene were to meet at some point. Marine Biologist, Soren

Cephalopod Week is BACK

Cephalopod Week has just kicked off with this new video, featuring Richard Ross, his secret home aquarium/lab, and some great footage and information about breeding octopuses - specifically, octopus chierchiae, the lesser Pacific striped octopus.
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