iBluewater Collection

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  1. iBluewater

    iBluewater Senior Member (PhD)

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    While it may be true that iBluewater has the largest collection of Clownfish and Anemone species in the business.

    Did you know we also have a Super large collection of other saltwater critters, Tangs, Angels,
    Sharks, Wrasses, Eels, Octopuses, Shrimp to name a few.

    Get yourself an iBluewater fish or invert.

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    iBluewater Senior Member (PhD)

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    a couple more pics.

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  4. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    Stunning colors on those fish! I love that Tang.
     
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    iBluewater Senior Member (PhD)

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    Thank you Matt, while maintaining good water quality is a basic necessity, we believe diet to be perhaps the most important element in sustaining vibrant colors on these beautiful fish and inverts during their eight weeks of quarantine.
     
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    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    Anything special that you feed those fish that you can share?
     
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    iBluewater Senior Member (PhD)

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    Depending on the dietary requirement/s of each species I would suggest sticking to a diet as close as is possible to their diet in the wild. If this is not possible than use commercial foods that use only the finest quality ingredients.

    Take the Blue Stripe Anemonefish (A. Chrysopterus) for example; how often do we hear of them loosing their bright vibrant colors months or even weeks in captivity. The Blue Stripe pictured in this article has been in captivity since it was a tiny 1.5 inch fish if anything its color has gotten better and is as stunning as a recently collected Blue Stripe.

    When all other basic requirements have been met eg. water quality, water temperature, photo period
    etc. then diet contributes to vibrant and stunning colors.
     
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    Thatgrimguy Flying Squid

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    Great information! Thank you.

    Ya'll have some great looking and hard to find specimens!
     
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    iBluewater Senior Member (PhD)

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    Thank you it was my pleasure sharing :)...... we'll be happy to assist anyone in finding rare and hard to find specimens.
     
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    iBluewater Senior Member (PhD)

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    And if you are into Sharks, Rays and Barracudas we have those too.


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    Thatgrimguy Flying Squid

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    Do you have peacock mantis shrimp in stock?