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Black Friday Sale - Saltwater Aquarium Deals

Trying to stock up on saltwater fish supplies and other aquarium essentials – Our Black Friday sale is the prime time to do it. Black Friday to Cyber Monday weekend is one of the best times of the year to stock up and save on quality aquarium equipment that is usually full price. We will have exclusive discount offers at nearly wholesale prices on a wide variety of aquarium accessories, invertebrates, live corals and saltwater fish.

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Live Zoanthid Coral Care

Zooanthid Pally Coral Zoanthid coral are one of the most well-known and are easy to maintain making them a great choice for beginner reef aquarists. Zoas are fairly tolerant and as long as, the water quality is good, the system is fully cycled and care is taken with lighting, flow and placement.

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Hardy Coral Mushrooms for Reef Aquarists

Highly recommended for beginning coral enthusiasts, as they require very little care and grow at a faster pace than many other corals. As well mushrooms are also suitable for coral enthusiasts at any other levels. They are easy to self-propagate under favorable conditions, and prefer areas in your display that many other corals don’t, making them a valuable, interesting and attractive addition to most any coral reef display.

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Basic knowledge of Saltwater Coral Reef

Technically, corals themselves are living organisms, that are made of tiny animals called coral polyps and are usually classified as either hard corals or soft corals. Hard Corals aka Stony Corals, are compromised of 2 types - Large Polyp Stony (LPS) and Small Polyp Stony (SPS) - referring to the size of the polyp.

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Live Soft Corals for Reef Aquariums

Soft Corals, which are also known as Alcyonacea, are a favorite among beginners and new hobbyists due to their ease of care and spectacular, colorful structures. However, unlike their stony coral relatives, soft corals do not build an internal fleshy / woody skeleton that bolsters the appearance of the reef.

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