1. TopShelfAquatics

    Need Those Good Live Foods?!? TSA Has What You Need!!

    A lot of people ask what we feed our systems on a regular basis and aside from the typical mysis or pellet foods we feed a variety of Phytos and Rotifers. Since we haev such great reslults with them we figured why not start culturing them and offering them to our customers. We are happy to now...
  2. L

    I want your input - Coral business

    Hey guys ! I really would love your ideas, input, Suggestions on coral businesses. I plan on starting a veteran owned and operated coral business in the next year or so. I want it to be like no other business out there. All coral will be aquacultured and priced to compete with wild caught...
  3. Nutramar Foods

    Quality Marine Labs Successfully Breeds and Rears Wide-band Clownfish (Amphiprion latezonatus)

    Clownfish have long been one of the most popular fish and considered to be one of the best starter fish in the marine aquarium trade. Advances in culturing techniques have allowed commercial farms in the US and around the world to grow thousands of clownfish each year for the marine ornamentals...
  4. Nutramar Foods

    Quality Marine releases second batch of QM Labs Aquacultured Purple Tangs conditioned with Nutramar Foods

    Contact Your favorite retailer to get yours now before we run out! To learn more about our product line follow us on Instagram @nutramarfoods
  5. coral reeftank

    Illinois Live Goods Instant Collection Ultimate SPS 20 Pack!

    Hey Everyone! I'll be heading back to school soon so I compiled an epic pack so that things don't start to touch. I think this is the nicest pack I've put together in awhile! This 20 pack is $1650 shipped and includes CRT Delight CRT Mind Bender TGC Bugatti CRT Hang Over CRT...
  6. Nutramar Foods

    Quality Marine Labs Successfully Breeds and Rears Zebrasoma xanthurum

    Check out the amazing news from Quality Marine using Nutramar Foods! Click Here to Learn More
  7. Trinh Fish & Corals

    *RARE* Yurple Tang (Bali Aquarich Captive Bred) $7000 Free Shipping

    I have (1) Captive Bred Yurple Tang from Bali Aquarich for sale. Sizing around 1.5-2.25”. Price is $7000 with free UPS Next Day Air shipping. These guys are super rare & hybridized between a Yellow x Purple Tang.
  8. Trinh Fish & Corals

    Captive Bred Biota Yellow Tang $175 Free Shipping

    I have (1) Captive Bred Yellow Tang from Biota for sale. Super healthy & eats everything. About 2-2.25”. Price is $175 with free UPS Next Day Air shipping.
  9. SouthwestAquaculture

    LPS, SPS & Soft Coral Frags For Sale! - Lots Under $50 - Use Coupon Code: R2R30 and get 30% Off!!!

    USE CODE: R2R30 Save 30%! Link to Shop Remember everything is WYSIWYG on INCH AND A HALF Discs NOT Tiny Plugs! Pest Free & Fully Aquacultured FedEx Overnight Shipping - $35 Free over $175! see our shipping policy and competitive rate. In business since 2011 and rated A+ BBB Location of our...
  10. SouthwestAquaculture

    R2R Members Learn More & Get Rewarded For Helping Us Grow!

    Hello R2R meet Southwest Aquaculture, a coral facility located in Mesa Arizona. Over the past 10+ years we've developed a reputation built on obsessive attention to detail, passion for aquariums and marine ecosystems. We began shipping several months ago offering healthy pest free, aquacultured...
  11. Michael Gentile

    Build Thread Cade 1200 S2 Aqua-cultured Build

    Hey all, I am lucky enough to have purchased a brand new Cade 1200 S2. I ordered it some weeks ago, I haven’t received a tracking number yet. I plan to do a fully aqua-cultured tank. I think it would be cool to show off what a large variety of marine life we now have access too. I plan to run...
  12. SouthwestAquaculture

    WYSIWYG Update & Free Shipping over $175!

    Use code: IND25 For 25% Off. Ends tonight! Free Shipping Lowered To $175+ Live Arrival Guarantee! Est. 2011 and BBB rated A+| Aquaculture is our business.
  13. AKG

    Show me your, "no name" SPS!

    Let's be honest, names are helpful but everyone has the weird SPS growing in their tank, or the one with no name yet. This thread is to show 'em off!
  14. peopleschoice

    Florida Live Goods Multi polyp GMK Frags

    3 multi-polyp Grand Master Krak frags available. Shipping $45/ $25 in Florida G1-$175 4 polyps- Sold! G2-$165 3.5 polyps- Sold! G3-$150 3 polyps- Sold!
  15. Biota_Marine

    New Ocean Oddities Drop 4/23

    Hey Y'all I just finished photographing and uploading some awesome photos for our Ocean Oddities (WYSIWYG) section. There's some insanely unique clams in there that I'm sure will get picked up instantly but below are some teasers: Maddie has also been hard at work growing out some awesome...
  16. Kitjo

    Lighting with an Aquacultured Live Rock startup?

    When you are using aquacultured live rock from the very beginning of a tank, how is light managed? I haven't even got a tank yet. We are still in the planning stages. Years ago, before the military took me overseas, I was planning on setting up a tank with TBS's Package. I had actually been...

    REEFTIDE's Grow-Out Thread; Eye Candy Heavy! Updates on the Farm Tanks & More!

    Sometimes its just easier to condense threads into one and this one is going to be HOT! Saving this post for future equipment updates and our display tank :)
  18. ChuneReef

    Plastic Tubs/Boxes/Reservoirs - Where to find?

    Does anyone know where you can acquire plastic reservoirs for aquaculture like the one seen below at the WWC facility? I've seen similar reservoirs at the local coral dealer. Are these custom-made? I'm not sure what I should even be looking for online... I'm currently using a Botinicare...
  19. Uncle_Matthew

    What method will come out on top Aquacultured VS Maricultured VS Harvested?

    Here's an interesting discussion for yall Does anyone know the rough distribution of marketplace on our coral sources? Are there any know hybrids of Aqua/Mariculture Farms that anyone knows of? Do you think that will change do to climate change, hobbyist influence, etc.? Do...
  20. Waterbox Aquariums

    The Do's and Don'ts of Clam Care | ORA® Aquacultured Clams Have Arrived!

    Hello R2R! Ornamental clams require special care to flourish longterm in your reef aquarium-- let's discuss the big DO'S and DON'TS of marine clam care. ORA® has sent us a GIANT clam pack, containing Derasa, Hippopus and First Grade Crocea clams! Join us as we unbox our beautiful...
  21. Waterbox Aquariums

    SPECIAL DELIVERY! ORA® Aquacultured Coral Unboxing + Feeding | PLUS Waterbox Swag Bag Giveaway

    Hello, R2R, We have a VERY special delivery arriving to Waterbox Studios this week, straight from our friends at ORA-- and we can't wait to show you what's inside! Learn more about farm-raised coral as we unbox our newest additions and acclimate them into the PENINSULA 4820, our FULLY...
  22. Waterbox Aquariums

    Life + Growth Cycles in Aquaculture: Adding NEW ORA® Fish to the PENINSULA 4820

    Hello, R2R! We invite you to come check out our newest mini series, featuring our friends at ORA. In this episode, we will be taking a look at how these fish are captive-bred and raised, from egg to your aquarium! Now that we have transferred the contents of the original ORA® Build into...
  23. Waterbox Aquariums

    How To: Transfer an Existing AIO Aquarium to a Sump System | Upgrading the ORA Build - JOIN US TO WIN A WATERBOX SWAG BAG!

    Hello, R2R! We've got a new mini series airing this week, featuring our friends at ORA. For our first episode, we will be discussing the benefits of choosing a system with a sump! Learn more about aquaculture and the future of the hobby with Waterbox and ORA on Wednesdays (6:00 PM EST) as...
  24. Biota_Marine

    Livestock Captive Bred Labyrinth Angelfish, GoldFlake Angelfish, Colin's Angelfish, Australian Flathead Perch, Marine Bettas

    We Have a MASSIVE update on the website for y'all this week. I've added all of the following species captive-bred as always: Colin's Angelfish (Centropyge colini) Goldflake Angelfish (Apoloemichthys xanthopunctatus) Labyrinth Angelfish (Chaetodontoplus cephalareticulatus x Chaetodontoplus sp.)...

    Its a time lapse thread y'all! (But really... this is cool I promise!)

    For those of you that are already following us this wont be anything new. But for those just clicking into our forum for the first time: Hi :) We really enjoy making time lapses of corals eating. Sometimes they cooperate and actually eat, sometimes they don't but 100% of the time it looks...