A video of my 12 gallon nano reef tank. Livestock includes Red neon eviota goby Hectors goby Red Trimma goby Orange striped cardinal fish Clownfish Cherub angelfish Blood red fire shrimp Peppermint shrimp Hermit crab 2 Nerite snails Various Zoas Pulsing Xenia Frogspawn coral Upgraded light to marine land reef ready led lamp.
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Neon goby digging cave with clown fish and blue leg crab in 15 gallon nano tank. I put no effort into editing the video sorry for the boring parts this is my first upload to youtube.
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A mini-documentary about the shrimp-goby symbiosis found in the tropical Indo-Pacific. Filmed in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines with a Canon 5DII in a Hugyfot Housing. Music by Pepin Laplance, “Patterns in History” via Creative Commons Dr. Klaus M. Stiefel Neurolinx Research Institute www.neurolinx.org
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Aquarium Movies sasuaqu.blogspot.jp Description of Fish( language：Japanese) ヒメハゼ Sharp-nosed sand goby Favonigobius gymnauchen スズキ目ハゼ亜目ハゼ科ハゼ亜科ヒメハゼ属 足立区生物園 Adachi Park of Living Things Copyright © 2014- Sasuke M Tsujita All Rights Reserved.
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Aquarium Movies sasuaqu.blogspot.jp Description of Fish( language：Japanese) アオギハゼ Aogihaze, Cave pygmy goby Trimma caudomaculatum スズキ目ハゼ亜目ハゼ科ハゼ亜科ベニハゼ属 板橋区立熱帯環境植物館 Itabashi Botanical Gardens Aquarium Copyright © 2014- Sasuke M Tsujita All Rights Reserved.
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Aquarium Movies sasuaqu.blogspot.jp Description of Fish( language：Japanese) アオギハゼ Aogihaze, Cave pygmy goby Trimma caudomaculatum スズキ目ハゼ亜目ハゼ科ハゼ亜科ベニハゼ属 東海大学海洋科学博物館 Marine Science museum, Tokai University Copyright © 2014- Sasuke M Tsujita All Rights Reserved.
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Here's the inhabitants of my Nano reef tank (10gal) being fed with Brine shrimps nauplius. You can see the 2 Doryrhamphus pessuliferus (pipefish), the Stonogobiops yasha, the 2 Eviota pellucida, 2 Trimma cana and my latest Kauderni breeding, amongst Thor shrimps, hermits, snails... What a tiny but exciting little world in few liters of water!
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Noemi's Reef at one year anniversary. This tank is one year old (started on 17th of April 2013). It is a shallow reef that I've started for my daughter Noemi since she showed interest in the hobby and in my reef tank. My daughter will be six this autumn. The tank is located in Berkshire, UK, Europe. The tank thread here: http://thenanoreef.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?19629-Noemi-s-Reef The aquascape is meant to be a minimalist peninsula aquascape, an arch with a leg to support the middle, with plates on sides to increase the surface exposed to light (for coral placement). The sand is TMC coral sand (dry aragonite sand) and I've used two 4 kg bags. The tank will be in the end an Euphyllia tank, with half of the arch covered with branching Euphyllias. Livestock: - pair of tank-bred Darwin partial misbar common Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) - bonded pair, - pair Orange Spotted Goby (Amblyeleotris guttata) - Yellow snapping Shrimp (Alpheus ochrostriatus), - a tailspot blenny (Ecsenius stigmatura), - a royal gramma (Gramma loreto), - four red spot cardinalfish (Apogon parvulus), - five gold neon pigmy goby (Eviota pellucida), - breeding Pair of Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimp (Lysmata amboinensis), - three Sexy Anaemone Shrimps (Thor amboinensis), - one True Peppermint Shrimp (Lysmata wurdemanni), - one male White Spot Anemone Shrimp (Periclimenes brevicarpalis), - eight scarlet reef hermit crabs (Paguristes cadenati), - one sandsifting sea star (Astropecten polycanthus), - a small gold/green with blue edge mantle Tridacna derasa clam - nine gold ring cowrie (Monetara annulus), - three Caribbean nassarius snails (Nassarius vibex), - five Super Tongan nassarius snails (Nassarius distortus), - three Caribbean Cerith Snails (Cerithium sp), - at least ten breeding Dove Snails (?Strombus maculatus / Columbellid snail), - two Mini-Maxi Anemones / Mini Carpet Anemone (Stichodactyla tapetum), - three beadlet/strawberry anemones (Actinia fragacea), - Zoanthids and Palythozoas, - a large yellow with white tip short and thin polyps Toadstool Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.) and one cream long and thick cream polyps with green fluorescence cap Toadstool Leather Coral, - five orange with blue/green Ricordea yuma mushrooms, - three Ricordea florida mushrooms, - one red and blue Bullseye Rhodactis Mushroom (Rhodactis inchoata), - a few red mushrooms and a blue one (Actinodiscus), - green star polyps (Pachyclavularia violacea), - Red Sea pulsing xenia (Xenia umbellata), - cream pulsing xenia (Xenia spp.) - one plate corals (Fungia), covered in red macroalgae, - four Euphyllia (cristata, paradivisa, two parancora) - tons of copepods, amphipods and bristle worms and who knows what else I've missed. The tank: 600x300x300mm ClearSeal tank in normal 4 mm glass. The filtration: Live and dry rock ~ 6-7 Kg, TMC coral sand 8 Kg, Tunze 9002 skimmer, Fluval Edge filter with pre filter sponge, RowaPhos and Blue Life CLEAR Fx PRO, a Tridacna derasa clam and a red mangrove. The circulation: Fluval EDGE Power Filter Pump, Hydor Koralia Nano 900, Hydor Koralia Nano 1600, Vortech MP10 wES. The light: 3x TMC AquaRay Aquabeam 600 Ultra Marine Blue on TMC Controller plus an Interpet Moonlight. The maintenance includes weekly water changes, fortnightly RO water topup, weekly cleaning of the glass, weekly cleaning of the prefilter sponge, weekly cleaning of the skimmer neck and cup. The top-up is done with a double switch TMC ATO. The feeding is done with a Interpet automatic feeder plus one cube of frozen food two-three times a week when there is somebody willing to feed. Sometimes I feed the corals with a filter feeder food. Future plans: upgrade to a 800x400x400mm tank using the same layout and stand or a 700x400x400 sumped with 100x400x400 for beananimal overflow and metal stand.
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Videotaped in the Solomons, in the Florida islands at Tanavula Point, GPS S 09 02.471, E 160 03.855, November 4, 1998, depth approximately 12 meters. | FishBase link: http://www.fishbase.us/summary/Eviota-atriventris.html | Uploaded by: Bruce Carlson
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Firecracker Goby (Trimma rubromaculatus) - For beautiful photographs of numerous tropical fish species together with interesting facts and information about each type of tropical fish visit http://www.aquaticworld.org/aquarium-fish/36-firecracker-goby.htm
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