New This Week:

CORAL BEAUTY
EIBLI
FLAME ANGEL
LYRETAIL ORANGE
COPPERBAND
PANTHER
TWO BAR SPINEFOOT
BLUE HIPPO
MIMIC EIBLI
MIMIC LEMONPEEL
ORANGE SHOULDER
POWDER BLUE
EARMUFF
VROLIK’S

Others Currently in Stock:

LAWNMOWER
BANGGAI  AC
CINNAMON PAIR
PERCULA
BLACK CAP JAW
BLUE FIN
DIAMOND WATCHMAN
SLEEPER BANDED
WHEELERI
TRI COLOR
TANGAROA
YELLOW WATCHMAN
KORAN
LAMARCK ANGEL (F)
KASHIWAE ANTHIAS
CHALK BASSLET
ROYAL GRAMMA
CANARY BLENNY
HENIOCHUS,  SINGULARIS
MAROON GOLD STRIPE
ONYX PERCULA
PLATINUM
BLUE DAMSEL
DOMINO
TALBOT
AIPTASIA FILEFISH
CHINESE BAR GOBY
DIAMOND WATCHMAN
ENGINEER GOBY
FIREFISH
PINK SPOT WATCHMAN
YELLOW CLOWN GOBY
2 SPOT CANDY HOG
AUSTRALIAN PSEUDO
BICOLOR
BLUE BAR PSEUDO
FLECKFIN PSEUDO
NEON DOTTYBACK
BLUE HIPPO
CONVICT TANG
DESJARDINI SAILFIN
EIBLI MIMIC
YELLOW TANG
HUMU HUMU
ADORNATUS
CLOWN FAIRY WRASSE
KOI FIARY PAIR
MARBLE WRASSE
PEACOCK WRASSE

Industry News:

Ecotech Reeflink ‘controller for aquarium equipment’ supposed hub for Vortechs and Radions

ecotech-reeflink

ReefLink is the name of Ecotech Marine‘s new wireless hub of product or products discovered in a recent trademark filing. The documentation sniffed out by Reefs describes ReefLink as “Electronic controllers for aquarium equipment”, also of the programmable kind, offering some clue that the new device could be at the very least a bridge to

Pseudanthias oumati, another new Anthias from the Marquesas Islands

pseudanthias-oumati

Pseudanthias oumati is a new species of Anthias which like yesterday’s Plectranthias flammeus was described in the same paper. The single female specimen of Pseudanthias oumati doesn’t divulge much about what makes it a distinct new species as we can expect the males to mature and display entirely different coloration. The name of Pseudanthias oumati

Plectranthias flammeus is a new species from the South Pacific, French Polynesia

plectranthias-flammeus-4

The South Pacific Ocean is a hotbed of new species right now with Plectranthias flammeus just the latest visually striking reef fish to be thoroughly described. Discovered living in the waters of the Marquesas Islands around French Polynesia, unlike many other newly described Plectranthias, P. flammeus occurs in the relatively shallow waters of 20-45 meters (65-150ft) deep.

 

Leave a Reply


Elite Reef is temporarily closed in order to finalize the relocation process.

Please stay tuned for updates