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    A Unicorn Without A Horn

    The Humpnose Unicorn Tang is a gorgeous fish that also gets called the Humphead Tang and Humpnose Unicornfish. Their Scientific name is Naso tuberosus, Naso for nose; many of the fish in this genus have noses that are unique, and this one's nose is well, tuberous. The other fish in the genus...
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    Whitecap Clownfish

    Whitecap Clownfish are characterized by their vibrant orange bodies, blue hues and distinct white head caps, which give them a unique and striking appearance. In aquariums, Whitecap Clownfish are relatively hardy and easy to care for, making them suitable for both beginner and experienced...
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    QM Labs Clownfish enjoying Nutramar Marine Complete Shots

    Our very own QM Labs Clownfish enjoying Nutramar Marine Complete Shots. These shots are easy to use, easily digestible and produce low waste. Nutramar Marine Complete Shots are suitable for everyday feeding for your fish, corals and other invertebrates. Sticks easily to the side of the tank or...
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    The Amazing, Aquacultured Angel

    There are only a few fish in the genus Paracentropyge, the gorgeous P. venusta, the stunning and hyper rare P. boylei, and the subject of our article today, the starkly colored and highly underrated Paracentropyge multifasiata. More commonly called the Banded Angel, it also gets called the...
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    QM Labs Clownfish Raised on Nutramar Algae & Color Boost Shots

    QM Labs feeds all our aquacultured clownfish Nutramar Dry Foods for their continued health. Nutramar Marine Algae & Color Boost Shots have added color enhancers and a specially formulated mix of green and red marine algae. These shots are easy to use, easily digestible and produce low waste...
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    Your Majesty

    As of right now, the vast majority of all Angelfish in aquariums are still wild caught, and this includes the Majestic Angels. They are a species with excellent wild reproduction, over a diverse wild range and sustainable harvest for aquarium keeping has been happening for decades. With all that...
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    Most popular fish foods?

    What food do you feed your fish? Brand, frozen, pellets, nori, etc. I'm trying to gather info to see what the overall most popular 10 foods we feed our fish are so I can run some experiments and report back at some point. I feed LRS Reef Frenzy, Hikari Frozen Mysis, and LRS Premium Seaweed...
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    Coco Peel Angelfish

    The Coco Peel Angelfsih is a beautiful and relatively rare species of dwarf angelfish found in the Eastern Indian Ocean, particularly around the Cocos (Keeling) Islands. Provide plenty of rockwork and hiding places for this Angelfish to explore and take refuge in. They appreciate a...
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    Yellow x Purple = Yurple!

    If you're a Zebrasoma fish ultra geek (like most of us), you've heard the term “Yurple Tang” in hushed tones. If you're a budding fish geek who hasn't heard of it, today's your lucky day. Tangs (or surgeonfish) are immensely popular in aquariums for their amazing colors, high activity, good...
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    Humpnose Unicorn Tang

    The Humpnose Unicorn Tang (Naso tuberosus) is not commonly seen and is a stunning species that will grow very large. Adults can grow to be 2 feet in size and will need substantial swimming space. In the wild, they do live in schools but can become aggressive toward other tangs and food...
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    JOCULATORS! Mount Up!

    Contrary to popular myth, the Joculator Angelfish was not the inspiration for a Warren G song back in 1994. What is true about Joculator Angels is that they represent the very cool intersection where a rare and cool fish that gets to a reasonable size for most home aquariums is also very hardy...
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    Aquacultured Twinspot Bass

    Quality Marine is proud to have received the aquacultured Twinspot Bass for the first time. These are the first ones to hit the market and we are so excited to add this to our ever-growing list of captive-bred species available to our valued retail store partners. The Twinspot Bass (Serranus...
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    The Tiger Angelfish

    The Tiger Angelfish is a striking species that is not commonly seen in the marine aquarium hobby. Originating from the waters of the Western Indian Ocean, this species is admired for its vibrant coloration and unique patterns. In aquariums, Tiger Angelfish require spacious tanks with plenty of...
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    Seriously Steenei

    There is a group of fish that aquarium geeks like us have a complicated relationship with; they go by a few different names, Pseudochromis, Dottyback, and even sometimes... Basslet. We love them all for their incredible durability, ease of care, brilliant colors and extraordinary activity. In...
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    Dracula Goby

    The Dracula Goby is a fascinating and visually striking species, and this one has a very unique red coloration. Dracula Gobies are small fish, usually reaching a size of about 1.5 to 2 inches. They are often associated with pistol shrimp in the wild, forming a symbiotic relationship. If...
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    The Ghost in the Aquarium

    The Weedy Ghost Pipefish is one of the coolest “oddball” fish you will ever see. They come in a full range of colors and when young can be nearly transparent, but as they age, they take on darker colors and more intricate patterns. Their body shape is a miracle of natural camouflage; they are...
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    The Regal Bearing of a Misbar Pygoplites diacanthus

    Regal Angelfish are found throughout the shallow tropical seas of the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean including the Red Sea. They will have slightly different color forms based on where they are caught, with the most brilliant orange and yellow ones usually coming from the Red Sea. Regardless of...
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    Photo of the Week: Striped Triggerfish

    If you walk into any Local Fish Store worth its salt and ask “what triggerfish should I get” you might get a variety of answers, but the Striped Trigger will be on the list. If you ask “what triggerfish should I get for my reef tank?" The Striped Trigger will be on the top of that list. And this...
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    QM Aquacultured Wide-band Clownfish

    In the wild, Wide-band Clownfish are found in rocky and coral reef habitats, at depths of 10-45 meters, in Eastern Australia, Lord Howe, and New Caledonia. Like most clownfish, the Wide-band Clownfish is known to create a symbiotic relationship with anemones, which they use as a source of...
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    Aquacultured Bali Aquarich True Percula Clownfish

    The Percula Clownfish is a popular and strikingly beautiful species often sought after in the aquarium trade. Percula Clownfish are small, with a vibrant orange body marked by three distinctive white bands. They also have black markings on their fins and face, and their eyes are surrounded by a...
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    Aquacultured Yurple Tang

    The Yurple was bred from a Purple Tang and Yellow Tang to achieve a remarkable hybrid. This species is vigorously eating Nutramar Dry Foods, Nutramar Nori and Gamma Frozen Foods. All in all, the Yurple Tang can be a great, hardy, and beautiful addition to an aquarium. With proper tank...
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    Nutramar Marine Complete Shots

    Nutramar Marine Complete Shots are suitable for everyday feeding for your fish, corals and other invertebrates. Sticks easily to the side of the tank or rockwork allowing your fish to graze whilst giving you a close-up view of your fish feeding! Use in conjunction with Nutramar Marine Algae &...
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    The Blue Tang of Many Names

    Paracanthurus hepatus is a fish of many (common) names. It is frequently called Blue Tang, a name that causes some confusion as it shares this moniker with a Caribbean surgeonfish from another genus. It's also called Palette Tang because its pattern looks something like the palette an artist...
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    Male African Pencil Wrasse

    This remarkable male African Pencil Wrasse has made its way onto our WYSIWYG! Multiple specimens can be housed together, and it's quite possible to mix more than one species from this genus. Compared to most wrasses, Pseudojuloides are exceptionally peaceful and often quite timid. This must be...
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    Photo of the Week: Hybrid Melichthys Triggerfish

    The Hybrid Melichthys Triggerfish is a one of a kind and a first here at Quality Marine! We believe this Triggerfish will grow quite large and will need a substantial amount of swimming space as an adult. So, an aquarium size of at least 125 gallons is recommended. Create a setup with plenty of...
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