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2014-08-04 23:09:08

EcoTech Marine Launches Its First Freshwater LED Light Fixture Allentown, PA (PRWEB) August 04, 2014 EcoTech Marine is proud to announce its newest member of the Radion LED lighting line, the Radion XR15 FW. Available soon at your local fish store or favorite online retailer, EcoTech’s newest LED light is designed to meet the needs of the Freshwater tropical fish and planted aquarium hobbyist. The EcoTech Freshwater light will be sold under the EcoTech Freshwater brand name. Priced at...

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2014-07-21 04:23:21

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online While watching brightly-colored fish flit about in an aquarium tends to be a calm and relaxing experience, monitoring exactly where those aquatic creatures came from and what methods were used to capture them is an entirely different story. According to Jane J. Lee of National Geographic, the aquarium fish trade “is a global industry with no centralized database to track what gets bought and sold, and with no central governing...

2011-03-12 00:00:28

Aquarium Forums dedicated to an aquatic hobby have been launched at ardb.com, a site that covers freshwater and saltwater fish care and includes a variety of articles on tropical fish and aquariums. Daly City, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2011 Aquarium forums available at ardb.com provide a new way to connect for aquarium enthusiasts. The site has an abundance of information on tropical fish care, freshwater and saltwater fish. Whether the visitors to the site are just a beginner and getting...

2009-07-11 13:52:45

More tropical fish species are thriving off the Australian coast near Sydney because ocean temperatures have warmed, an ecologist says. Marine ecologist David Booth of Sydney's University of Technology said when combined with the increasing strength of ocean currents in the region, warmer temperatures have made the traditionally cold waters more hospitable to fish species, the Sydney Morning Herald reported in its Sunday edition. More and more of the fish are surviving winter down here, Booth...

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2005-07-26 18:50:56

BIDDEFORD, Maine (AP) -- A University of New England researcher is working to breed a tropical aquarium fish in captivity in an effort to take pressure off fragile ecosystems in Southeast Asia that are being damaged by unsustainable harvesting of exotic fish species. Jeri Fox is raising a pair of foxface rabbitfish in a tank in a basement lab at the university. The fish are distinctive with bright yellow fins, bulging eyes and puckered lips. Trading in tropical aquarium fish began in the...


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