Grid View List View Latest Most Viewed Most Commented Real Reef Rock Part 3 of the Fincasters 180 build series Fincasters Episode 178 268 November 30, 2017 In part 3 of the Fincasters 180 build we look at the use of Real Reef Rock and talk with Gareth Scott who started the company. Real Reef Rock is made from crushed aragonite, shells, and other materials found naturally on the reef. Gareth explains the process as John shows how he completed the aquascape in the 180 using Real Reef. The rock creates an open and inviting base for coral placement, improved water flow and lots of privacy to create security for your fish. Velvet and Ich Fincasters Episode 179 260 November 30, 2017 Marine Velvet and ich are the most common and most deadly for aquarium fish. Velvet appears to the more dangerous of the two… Aquarium Fish from Kenya 198 November 6, 2017 The Reefs off the coast of Kenya produce some of the most beautiful fish you can keep in your marine aquarium. In this Fincast, presented in association with Coral Magazine, John Interviews Mike Tuccinardi of Coral and shows the amazing underwater video of divers using sometimes primitive equipment to capture rare fish for export. Mike …Read more » $5,800 Angelfish from POMA Labs Fincasters Episode 174 268 November 6, 2017 Newly announced POMA LABS — launched at MACNA 2017, is offering direct to you many species of tank raised (aquacultured) angelfish — including the rare and expensive Conspicuous Angel Chaetodontoplus conspicillatus. Deep Water Anthias! Fincasters Episode 175 230 November 6, 2017 Thanks to a fluke power outage, aquarium keepers with deep pockets can now get an aquacultured version of the rare, deep water blotched Anthias 12345 Categories 180 build (4) Aquarium Hobby Leaders (16) awesome tank tours (6) Cichlid Adventures (23) Coral (3) Fish Species Freshwater (28) Fish Species Saltwater (22) Freshwater (16) Freshwater Shrimp (3) How To (39) MACNA 2015 (11) Marine (23) New Products (26) Planted Tanks (23) Shrimp and Corals (7) Tannin Tanks (12) Tentacles (15) Subscribe To Newsletter Get latest news about us directly in your inbox. We will never spam, Promise.