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Fiji Live Rock

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Walt Smith's Reef Rock 2.1 Nano Rock
(Calcium carbonate)
Starting at $115.99
…facility in Fiji. Walt Smith s Reef Rock 2.1 Nano contains pumice (volcanic rock) which will make the rock a bit lighter than wild harvested live rock. Lighter rock means a bit more rock to fill your aquarium spaces. This beautifully colored rock is pink and red throughout the entire rock making…
Yellow Fiji Leather Coral
(Sarcophyton elegans)
Starting at $44.99
…elements to the water.Culturing by the experienced hobbyist is often accomplished by cutting off a portion of the crown and attaching that piece to live rock or placing it in the sandy bottom of the reef aquarium.The symbiotic algae zooxanthellae hosted within its body provides the majority of its…
Malu Seabae Anemone
(Heteractis malu)
Starting at $49.99
…allowing its base to be hidden from sight. It should not be placed on a rock. It requires strong lighting, moderate water flow, porous live rock, and a variety of sandy and rocky locations from which it can choose to live. It is a moderately difficult anemone to care for, but once acclimated, it…
Leopard Wrasse
(Macropharyngodon meleagris)
Starting at $34.99
…gallon or larger aquarium with well established live rock and a layer of live sand is recommended. They will do best when introduced in groups of three or more. It eats small invertebrates (foraminiferans and amphiopods) that grow on live rock. The Leopard Wrasse diet should include vitamin enriched…
Pink Peony Pocillopora Coral, Aquacultured
(Pocillopora damicornis)
Starting at $29.99
…is pink in coloration. The parent colony of these coral frags was collected in Fiji at a depth of about 25-35 feet and then quarantined and given a health inspection before being propagated. The Pocillopora Coral can live in a variety of lighting conditions, ranging from power compacts, VHO, T-5's…
Dragonface Pipefish
(Corythoichthys sp.)
Starting at $26.99
…requirements. It normally prefers to eat only live copepods in a mature reef aquarium with plenty of live rock or macroalgae. An ideal diet to start this fish on is Nutramar Tigrio Bottled Live Copepods, and vitamin-enriched live baby brine shrimp. However, live baby brine should not make up the…
Walt Smith's Reef Rock 2.1 Rock
(Calcium carbonate)
Starting at $231.99
…s facility in Fiji. Walt Smith s Reef Rock 2.1 contains pumice (volcanic rock) which will make the rock a bit lighter than wild harvested live rock. Lighter rock means a bit more rock to fill your aquarium spaces. This beautifully colored rock is pink and red throughout the entire rock making this a…
Canary Blenny
(Meiacanthus oualanensis)
Starting at $13.99
…are generally larger than females and experience a succession of color changes when breeding.This blenny needs a minimum tank of 30 gallons with live rock for hunting and grazing in order to thrive. It is best to keep only one per tank unless a breeding pair is maintained. If attacked by other fish,…
Black Leopard Wrasse
(Macropharyngodon negrosensis)
Starting at $29.99
…50 gallon or larger aquarium with well established live rock and a layer of live sand is recommended. They will do best when introduced in groups of three or more. It eats small invertebrates (foraminiferans and amphiopods) that grow on live rock.The Black Leopard Wrasse diet should include vitamin…
Green Eyed Cup Coral
(Mycedium sp.)
Starting at $49.99
…of the coral is recommended in order to carry food to the polyps. In the home aquarium, the Green Eyed Cup Coral will do best if attached to live rock at a midpoint in the aquarium. As with all hard corals, calcium and other trace element supplements added to the water are required for optimal…
Red Tail Flasher Wrasse
(Paracheilinus rubricaudalis)
Starting at $99.99
…maintain their body weight. Since they feed on zooplankton and rarely pick at organisms on live rock, they will not thrive in the reef tank if they are fed infrequently. A good protein skimmer and Live Sand will help decrease the build-up of dissolved organics that may result from this more regular…
Banana Wrasse
(Thalassoma lutescens)
Starting at $36.99
…larger aquarium, with other aggressive tank mates, such as Tangs, Puffers and small Triggers and Angels. They are active fish and require plenty of rocks for hiding and a tight-fitting lid. It will become territorial and harass any new additions to the community, therefore, it should be added last…
Auriga Butterflyfish
(Chaetodon auriga)
Starting at $39.99
…confuse predators) on the dorsal fin.The Auriga Butterflyfish is quite shy and should be provided multiple hiding places. It is safe to keep it in a live rock-only tank, although it will pick at the rock.The Auriga Butterflyfish's diet should consist of meaty items such as fish, crustaceans, mysis…
Six Bar Angelfish
(Pomacanthus sexstriatus)
Starting at $59.99
…indistinguishable in color from male to female.It is a large fish and requires a 220 gallon or larger tank with many hiding places; large amounts of live rock will also help create a good environment. Not a good reef dweller, the Six Bar Angelfish is prone to nip at stony and soft corals (sessile…
Northwoods Tri-color Acropora Coral, Aquacultured
(Acropora valida)
Starting at $29.99
…a calcium level of 400-450 ppm and dKH of 8-12. It will benefit from the addition of zooplankton. LiveAquaria® Aquacultured Coral frags are mounted to a fired ceramic plug that can be affixed to live rock anywhere in the aquarium with gel super glue or epoxy. Approximate Purchase Size: 1" -1 1/2"
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