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  1. Nutramar Foods

    Photo of the Week: Lined Tamarin Wrasse

    The Lined Tamarin Wrasse inhabits lagoons and seaward reefs in the Indo-West Pacific up to 42 meters deep. They have a very detailed pattern that makes them very desirable with hobbyists. This wrasse is reef safe with caution as they will not bother with corals but, they will snack on shrimp and...
  2. Nutramar Foods

    The Flashiest Wrasse

    Today, we present to you the hyper-rare and jaw-dropping beautiful Mauritius Flasher Wrasse (Paracheilinus hemitaeniatus), a Holy Grail Wrasse if there ever was one. Only a few specimens of this fish have ever made it into the Americas, and not many more have ever been in captivity anywhere...
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    EMERGENCY New Foxface stopped eating

    Hi guys. I have a new tank (properly cycled) with a pair of clowns, a yellow watchman goby and a one spot foxface. I added the foxface one week ago. It was behaving as expected for a new fish, and was eating flakes just fine. But on its third day it just stopped eating. He won't accept nori...
  4. Nutramar Foods

    The Saintly Squire

    The Squire's Wrasse is a “new” fish in the aquarium hobby. While the fish has obviously existed for a very long time indeed, it was only recently classified as its own species by Fenton Walsh in 2014. Its scientific name, Cirrhilabrus squirei, comes from Lyle Squire and family, who were...
  5. Nutramar Foods

    Aberrant Imperator Angel

    This one-of-a-kind Aberrant Imperator Angel is truly remarkable. Imperator Angels are known for their striking appearance, with a deep blue body and bright yellow stripes and spots on their fins and face, so these unusual markings make this angel even more remarkable. For continued health, we...
  6. Nutramar Foods

    Blue Spiny Lobster (Panulirus versicolor)

    The Blue Spiny Lobster is a very unique species that will look remarkable roaming around your aquarium. Their vibrant patterns are very appealing to the hobbyist. They are known to make sounds within in your aquarium, which is incredible to experience. They can grow quite large, so they will...
  7. Nutramar Foods

    Photo of the Week: Starry Night Octopus

    The Starry Night Octopus (Callistoctopus luteus) got its name from all their bright white spots because it resembles a night’s sky. They are extremely strong and master escape artists, so be sure to secure all of your rockwork and have a tight fitted lid. In house, we are feeding this octopus...
  8. Nutramar Foods

    Bodacious Bodianus Atrolumbus

    The Palebar Hogfish is a rare fish for a few reasons. One is that no matter where you are, it has only two common names: Palebar and Gold Saddle. Almost every fish you can think of has a half dozen names or variations on this name. The second reason is that while it is a common fish within its...
  9. Nutramar Foods

    The Pacific Pearlfish (Carapus dubius) Video

    The Pacific Pearlfish (Carapus dubius) is a very unique and odd species! They are known to inhabit the body cavities of pearl shells, pen shells, Laevicardium cockles and sea cucumbers, which is a sight to see! In house, we are feeding them our Nutramar live Artemia nauplii (baby brine shrimp)...
  10. Nutramar Foods

    Photo of the Week: Blue Spotted Tamarin Wrasse

    The Blue Spotted Tamarin Wrasse is not commonly seen within the marine aquarium hobby. This beautiful species will grow to be about 14 inches in length, so they will need substantial swimming space. Use caution if adding to a reef aquarium because the Blue Spotted Tamarin Wrasse is known to nip...
  11. Nutramar Foods

    New Product Alert: Nutramar Marine Complete Shots!

    Nutramar Marine Complete Shots are suitable for everyday feeding for your fish, LPS 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! This food is cold extruded to ensure no loss...
  12. Fauna Marin Support

    Fauna Marin Fish Food - an Overview

    New english Video on YouTube: we show you our Fauna Marin Fish Food and the differences between: - Soft Clownfish Food - Soft Spirulina - Veggie Flakes - Soft MultiMix - Soft Protect - Soft Protein Super Food - Ocean and Arctic Plankton (liquid zooplankton) Check our Shop for more...
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    small white bugs in fish food

    I have been feeding my clownfish pair flake foods, and today I noticed small little bugs inside the fish food container and on the flakes itself. Did some research and it might be flour mites according to other forums. My clownfish probably has been eating the bugs for about two weeks now...
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    Live Phytoplankton

    This thread is for the general discussion of the classified ad Live Phytoplankton. For more information about this item, please click the link or ask a question in this thread. Please add to the discussion here.
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    Best food for Coral Beauty?

    I have a pair of Mocha Gladiator Clowns and a Coral Beauty Angel. They eat the frozen mysis shrimp, but don’t seem too happy with it. I also have marine pellets that the clowns like but the angel doesn’t seem to like. My biggest concern is the angel because it doesn’t seem to eat much. What’s...
  16. Waterbox Aquariums

    Optimal Nutrition + Feeding Practices: Promoting Health and Longevity in Marine Fish PLUS Your Chance to Win a $100 Waterbox GiftCard

    Hello, R2R! Did you know that with proper care and nutrition, fish can live approximately 30 years in captivity? Not all fish carry the same nutritional needs, so it is important to feed your herbivores, omnivores and carnivores accordingly. Join in as we prepare a meal for Mango, our...
  17. WheatToast

    Ridiculous fish foods

    What ridiculous foods have you fed or have been told to feed your marine fish/invertebrates (post below)? I remember that the book below recommended feeding Hamburger meat:
  18. HBoojie

    LRS Fish Frenzy

    Hello all! I’m looking Into food for my new tank, I’ve been heavily eyeing LRS FF, and was wondering if other ingredients are needed to make this top tier? Or can I just drop a chunk into my feeder cup and let her ride? Also wondering if this is a good staple food for a wide variety of fish such...
  19. MarineDepot

    5 TIPS For Feeding Picky Fish In Your Tank | A How-To with Hilary: Marine Biologist of WaterLogged

    We all have had those fish who are difficult to please and feed! Join Hilary from WaterLogged in our newest video to learn some tips and techniques on how to get those picky eaters fat and healthy. Get the rundown on feeding picky fish from a seasoned Marine Biologist and head to Marine Depot to...
  20. Thespammailaccount

    Texas Pods and Phyto for sale

    12oz very dense apocyclops pods and 12oz phytoplankton to feed your pods for $17.00. Shipped USPS 1-3 day flat rate shipping for 8.40 with tracking included. Can ship up to two packs for the quoted 8.40 shipping. All orders ship with an additional insulated thermal mailer. Cold pack included if...
  21. Thespammailaccount

    Texas Pod and Phyto pack

    12oz very dense apocyclops pods and 12oz phytoplankton to feed your pods for $17.00. Shipped USPS 1-3 day flat rate shipping for 8.40 with tracking included. Can ship up to two packs for the quoted 8.40 shipping. Also ships with an additional insulated thermal mailer and cold pack. Theses...
  22. Noob_Sam

    Fish food? HELPPPP....

    What food should i feed my fish? i currently feed ocean nutrition formula two, frozen mysis and brine shrimp, and nori sheets for my tangs. I tried to look it up online but there are sooooo many different brands and stuff. should i feed flakes and or pellets? What else should i feed. Fish: 3...
  23. BeaverLakeAndy

    Powder Brown Tang Will Not Eat - Need Suggestions

    I've had a 4-5 inch Powder Brown Tang in my 125 for almost a week now, it's the only tang, and largest fish in the tank. It appears happy and healthy, but it literally will not eat. I've tried frozen LRS Fish Frenzy, three different freeze dried foods, two different pellet foods, and nori...
  24. Andrew Schubert

    DIY Fish Food leaching copper?

    So I received back my 2nd Triton ICP test, and unlike the first one I had a small presence of copper in my tank. Didn't think a whole lot about it, just assumed that it might be a false positive. Figured I'd start to worry if it still showed on my 3rd test. Well, I remembered I actually...
  25. ReefReadyYouTube

    How often do you feed your fish?

    How often do you feed you fish? does it depend on how many fish you have? Does it depend on your export method? Does it depend on what size tank you have? I currently feed my fish 3-4 times a day. I have a 32 gallon bio cube with 5 fish and lots of corals. I think I’m a a good amount. Breakfast...
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