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    OKTOBERFEST | Hikari and Coral Morphologic Prizes

    There’s just one week left to enter our Oktoberfest Reader Giveaway. We’re happy to say we have additional prizes to prizes to giveaway from Hikari and Coral Morphologic. 15 winners will receive a package of Marine S and Marine A. These high quality pellets are made in Japan and we have found even the most finicky eaters are […]

    There’s just one week left to enter our Oktoberfest Reader Giveaway. We’re happy to say we have additional prizes to prizes to giveaway from Hikari and Coral Morphologic.

    15 winners will receive a package of Marine S and Marine A. These high quality pellets are made in Japan and we have found even the most finicky eaters are attracted to them. They are very strong in odor, and fish rarely can resist–even new additions. The diet of our fish is dominated by Hikari foods – Marine A, Marine S, Mysis, Brine, Spirulina Enrinched Brine, and Angel Formula. These are the only pellets I feed and I hope those who win have the same great experience as I have over the years.

    Jared and Colin of Coral Morphologic have contributed 3 beautiful 7.5″ x 9.5″ photo prints! If you have visited their site, it is difficult not to notice the spectacular photography by Mr. Foord. Colin has a great eye for underwater scenes and these 3 do not disappoint. Shown below are two of the three prints.

     Bryaninopsamplus Whip Goby on Sea Pen.

    Periclemenes imperator on Hexabranchus sanguineus (Spanish Dancer Nudibranch)

    The third not shown, is a beautiful Ornate Ghost Pipefish (Solenostomus paradoxus) drifting by a red seafan. In addition to these 3 prints, Coral Morphologic have also provided some very cool little pins of everything from Banggai Cardinals to Ricordia. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Coral Morphologic’s Blog as well.

    A big thanks to Hikari USA and Coral Morphologic for their contributions.

    6 Comments

    1. mcliffy2
      October 27, 2008 at 12:11 PM | Permalink

      The photos look awesome… crossing my fingers 🙂

    2. October 27, 2008 at 3:17 PM | Permalink

      Some great images on Coral Morphologic’s site, in the gallery too. There was a post on their blog more recently with various Periclemenes shots, really beautiful photos.

    3. Jess
      October 28, 2008 at 7:19 AM | Permalink

      Okay, those are just gorgeous. And yay for more neat things!

    4. Kenyon
      October 29, 2008 at 2:16 PM | Permalink

      That’s great you picked up Hikari… this site just keeps getting better and better.

    5. jim
      November 10, 2008 at 10:34 PM | Permalink

      Yeah I won but I am not sure how to get a hold of you guy’s. The link just brings me to this site not a contact site. Thanks in advance

    6. November 11, 2008 at 1:40 AM | Permalink

      Hey Jim,

      I just shot you an e-mail. LMK.

      Eric

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