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  • Torch Garden - Boyu EA-100 Care Level: Moderate Temperament: Aggressive Lighting: Moderate Waterflow: Medium Placement: Bottom Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025 Color Form: Green, Tan, Yellow Supplements: Calcium, Strontium, Trace Elements Origin: Australia, Fiji, Indonesia, Maricultured - Indonesia, Maricultured - Tonga, Solomon Islands Family: Caryophylliidae ________________________________________________________________________ The Euphyllia Torch Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral, often referred to as Trumpet Coral or Pom-Pom Coral. It has long and flowing polyps with single rounded tips which are visible throughout the day and night, hiding its branching skeletal base most of the time. It may be brown or green with yellow on the tips of its tentacles. The yellow will sometimes appear to glow under actinic lighting. Provide plenty of room between the Euphyllia Torch Coral and other sessile animals, since at night, its sweeper tentacles can extend up to several inches from its base and sting other coral species. It is moderately difficult to maintain, but it is a popular coral that will thrive under proper conditions and excellent water quality parameters. Ideally, it needs to have moderate lighting combined with moderate water movement within the aquarium. Its aquatic home will also require the addition of calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water for its continued good health. It will also benefit from additional food fed weekly in the ...
  • Scolymia Eating Pellets Time Lapse The Scolymia Button Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral and also referred to as the Doughnut, Artichoke, or Disk Coral. It is a round, solitary coral, usually having a single oral opening present in the center, however, multiple openings have been present in some species. The Scolymia Button Coral is found in many different mottled color forms of dark green, red, or brown with cup-, or saucer-, flat-, or dome-shaped variations. It is not an outwardly aggressive coral, but should be provided with plenty of space between itself and other corals because it can expand twice its size during the day. The Scolymia Button Coral is easy to maintain in the reef aquarium and in the wild, and is often found in association with Tridacna Clams. It makes an excellent choice for both the beginner and advanced reef aquarist. It requires moderate lighting combined with moderate water movement within the reef aquarium. For continued good health, it will also require the addition of calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water. Its feeding tentacles appear during the evening and while exposed, will feed on meaty foods such as micro-plankton or brine shrimp. marine- http
  • How to grow live marine phytoplankton Take live phytoplankton and start your own. need a 1gl bottle, 30w cool fluorescent light, air pump, liquid all purpose plant food miracle gro,
  • Collecting plankton This video shows how micro-plankton can be collected for study. Video taken on board the RV Penghana at the Marine Discovery Centre, Woodbridge School, Tasmania Australia www.woodbridge.tased.edu.au/mdc/
  • Green Star Polyp (Metallic) Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful Lighting: Moderate to High Waterflow: Medium to Strong Placement: Middle to Top Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025 Color Form: Green, Tan, White Supplements: Iodine, Trace Elements Origin: Fiji, Indonesia, Maricultured - Indonesia Family: Briareidae ________________________________________________________________________ The Starburst Polyps are also referred to as Star, Eight Tentacle, Mat, or Daisy Polyps. They are usually white or brown with a white dot in the center of each polyp, although, some more rare Starburst Polyps are green. The green specimens have been called Clavularia viridis; however, they are now identified as a Briareium sp. They have the distinctive eight-leaved tentacles on each polyp. They are colonial animals with several individual polyps attached to a piece of live rock. Accurately described as an encrusting coral, Starburst Polyps rapidly grow over adjacent rock work, coral, or even the glass of an established reef aquarium. They are a peaceful coral armed with the defensive capability of being able to retract or deflate each of their polyps in response to predation. They will not harm other corals that are placed close to their colony, but are susceptible to being damaged by any aggressive corals in the reef aquarium. They are easy to maintain in the reef aquarium and make an excellent candidate for the beginning through expert reef aquarist. They require a medium to high light ...
  • Alveopora Coral Care Level: Moderate Temperament: Semi-aggressive Lighting: Moderate Waterflow: Low Placement: Bottom Water Conditions: 72-78° F, dKH 8-12, pH 8.1-8.4, sg 1.023-1.025 Color Form: Green, Tan, White Supplements: Calcium, Strontium, Trace Elements Compatibility: View Chart Origin: Fiji, Solomon Islands Family: Poritidae ________________________________________________________________________ The Branched Alveopora Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral also referred to as the Alveopora Daisy, Flowerpot, Sunflower, or Ball Coral. The flower references are due to its appearance when all of its polyps are open. It then takes on the visage of a bouquet of flowers. It has 12 tentacles on each polyp and is often green; when displayed under actinic lighting, it will glow. It is not an overly aggressive coral, but space should still be provided between itself and other corals. Its polyps can extend far past its base into the reef aquarium, where it can sting other species of corals. Clownfish are in direct association with the Branched Alveopora Coral and will often play in its polyps if no anemone can be found in the reef aquarium. Being easier to care for than Goniopora, any of the Alveopora species make a good alternate for the novice reef aquarist, who is seeking a coral similar to the hard to maintain Goniopora. The Branched Alveopora Coral requires low to moderate lighting combined with low water movement. For continued good health, it will also require the addition of ...
  • Magnified view of micro life in my 9 day old BlueIQ This is a video of my new dwarf shrimp in my BlueIQ ecosystem. The young shrimp are only about 1/4 inch long to give you scale. In the surrounding water you can see many micro organisms moving in the water if viewing in HD, I'm sure some of what you see is dust, but much is moving independantly, and in the last 10 seconds of the video you will see, finally!!! a type of plankton I think, that looks like an extremely micro shrimp.
  • Coral feeding using Planktonic feed Feeding of the cold water coral, Lophelia pertusa, using Planktonic feed. The food particles consists of processed marine Calanoid copepods, using a patent pending method. The method provides that the original nutrient profile is intact. A micro-coating teqhnique causes minor leakages of nutrients. Planktonic AS is a Norwegian company, offering food for aquatic ornamentals and start food/weaning food for the early stage of marine aquacultured species.
  • Ocean Acidification ABC's World News Webcast has this Clayton Sandell report on the new danger facing the world's oceans thanks to global warming: the oceans are not only becoming warmer, they're more acidic.
  • Largemouth bass love Northland Tackle's new Impulse reactionary baits! Bryan "Beef" Sathre of Fathead Guide Service and Ron Hustvedt of hit the water to try out the new Impulse Reactionary Baits from Northland Tackle. Coming soon to a store near you, these baits proved themselves to be fish catching machines. After 35 years of field research into what triggers a fish's instinctual urge to search out and eat certain forage over another, Team Northland partnered with a leading Minnesota university to study and develop a new scented soft bait formula that revolved around the Tri-Fects of Attraction...Scent, Color and Action. The University researched dozens of formulations and hundreds of live fish laboratory taste tests around fishes' chemoreceptors (fish sense of sight, taste and feel), until the secret scent of IMPULSE REACTIONARY BAITS was discovered. The flavor burst instinctual attractant that features a based in MicroPlankton formula was proven by head to head live fish laboratory tests to be 143% more effective than the leading brand! Formulated with all natural products, the water based IMPULSE REACTIONARY BAITS works to urge a fish's instinctual desire to bite and hold the fortified baits in its mouth longer.
  • Ceratium tripos flagellum This shows the flagellum moving of a dinoflagellate, Ceratium tripos. It can twirl the flagellum like a jump rope and with draw it as if it was spring-loaded. The entire cell measures about 0.25 mm long. Ceratium are part of the plankton- the phytoplankton, microscopic plants.
  • Coral feeding on microplankton Feeding time in the reef tank. Recorded using the HTC One S.
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  • College Prank, Kosuke gets Soaked! ...again Kosuke is taking a shower. We're nice friends of his, so we decide to give him a little extra water...
  • Alveopora The Branched Alveopora Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral also referred to as the Alveopora Daisy, Flowerpot, Sunflower, or Ball Coral. The flower references are due to its appearance when all of its polyps are open. It then takes on the visage of a bouquet of flowers. It has 12 tentacles on each polyp and is often green; when displayed under actinic lighting, it will glow. It is not an overly aggressive coral, but space should still be provided between itself and other corals. Its polyps can extend far past its base into the reef aquarium, where it can sting other species of corals. Clownfish are in direct association with the Branched Alveopora Coral and will often play in its polyps if no anemone can be found in the reef aquarium. Being easier to care for than Goniopora, any of the Alveopora species make a good alternate for the novice reef aquarist, who is seeking a coral similar to the hard to maintain Goniopora. The Branched Alveopora Coral requires low to moderate lighting combined with low water movement. For continued good health, it will also require the addition of calcium, strontium, and other trace elements to the water. The diet of this coral should consist of micro-plankton or brine shrimp. marine- http
  • Kosuke, Japanese on Melon Seeds= High Kosuke's being sarcastic by eating melon seeds at Niagra Falls.