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Two Pink Skunk Clownfish living large at Aquatop!

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Two Pink Skunk Clownfish living large at Aquatop!

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Zebrafish!!!

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Zebrafish!!!

From autism to zebrafish, experts set up shop at Cal State Fullerton  

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Little fish, big attitude: dwarf cichlids for the Community Aquarium by Mike Tuccinardi

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Little fish, big attitude: dwarf cichlids for the Community Aquarium by Mike Tuccinardi

With their flashy colors, outgoing nature, and feisty behavior, cichlids have long been a favorite for both beginning hobbyists and experienced fishkeepers alike. But while cichlids often have a reputation for being large and aggressive, there are a number of dwarf species well suited for the typical community aquarium. With what they lack in size, they often make up for in color and activity, making dwarf cichlids an ideal addition for anyone looking to add something a bit outside the ordinary to their home tank. The family Cichlidae is one of the most diverse families of freshwater fish, and cichlids...

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Aquatop teams up with ATM & friends to bring a TON of HOT Salt to dealers impacted by Irma

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Stacey Blood Global Market Coordinator 855-258-7475 x103 stacey@acrylictankmanufacturing FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ATM Aquarium Products And Friends Help Hurricane Irma Relief 1 Ton Of Hot Salt Reef Will Help Stores Rebuild FORT MEYERS, FL: In the wake of Hurricane Irma, ATM Aquarium Products has teamed up with Aquatop, Exotic Marine Fish Importers Houston, V2O Foods, and MinnFinn to deliver 1 ton of ATM Hot Salt Reef plus other supplies like foods and medications to stores and aquatic businesses to help alleviate losses. Arrival is pending opening of shipping lanes to Florida and a effected areas. Hurricane surges are devastating to store...

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Algae Control for Ponds- by Bill Wymard, Aquarium Adventure, Columbus, Ohio

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Algae in the Pond The number one question or problem pond gardeners run into is algae. Every type of algae grow in response to excess nutrients and excess light. All ponds go through excessive algae proliferation phases throughout the pond season.In the spring, algae blooms will be the primary form of algae. For the rest of the year, various types of algae will compete for control in the pond. This is a normal and natural process of the pond water reaching a balanced condition. Despite this, most pond gardeners want to get rid of it, and there are ways to...

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