New arrivals (Stock List)
Featured Fish(New Arrivals)
New Fish ArrivalsSoCal Coral Reef continues to receive Fish form a multitude of suppliers from around the world. There are images of a few fish are that are received weekly and with such a wide variety of these species, with such a wide variety that will be suited for just about any saltwater aquarium. These New Arrivals contain tank raised fish have a lower mortality rate than their wild harvested counterparts, and they have been aqua cultured for more than 20 years.
These fish are one of the most successful marine species that have been tank raised and are available for the commercial aquarium trade. The industry has continued to make improvements in aquaculture; especially with fish, the farm raised fish offer many advantages over their wild harvested brethren.
Featured Coral (New Arrivals)
New Corals and Aquatic Life ArrivalsAs reef aquariums gain popularity, the amount of knowledge regarding the husbandry of corals steadily increases, developing better and more successful techniques. However, understanding and replicating conditions that induce coral spawning is still an elusive aspect of coral care. It is still uncommon for corals to spawn in the home reef aquarium. Luckily, corals employ more than one reproductive strategy to propagate. Though sexual reproduction is yet uncommon, asexual reproduction is extremely common in a well-maintained home reef aquarium.
These new arrivals are bright, beautiful specimens, hardy, distinctive, and comes in a great shape, allowing you numerous placement options.
By taking advantage of this unique propagative strategy, that allow you to get a wide verityof coral, with patience, dedicated reef hobbyists are able to essentially fill an aquarium with just a few parent corals. Coral propagation is a cost effective way to have more corals, but more importantly, it helps alleviate the demand placed on corals harvested from the ocean.