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    Two Inches of Orange Margined Beauty

    A handful of special fish have been collected over summer, but this tiny Orange Margined Butterflyfish (Prognathodes basabei) takes the adorable prize. Collected in the deep waters of Hawaii, this little one was destined for Japan upon entering Rufus Kimura’s net. To no surprise it is headed to Koji Wada’s Blue Harbor in Osaka. Over […]

    Win A 2011 Blue Harbor Calendar from GBD

    You’ve seen what’s in it, now you’ve got the chance to win your own. We’re giving away a 2011 Blue Harbor calendar compliments of Koji Wada and GBD. Show your friends, family and co-workers just how hardcore of a fish geek you really are. To enter, just leave a comment. Who Can Play: Anyone over […]

    Blue Harbor’s 2011 Calendar Brings 12 Months of Eye Candy

    Blue Harbor, a popular fish store and rare fish Mecca in Japan, has just finalized their 2011 Calendar. On a recent visit to the U.S., Koji Wada was kind enough to give me a copy. [I must give a big thank you to LiveAquaria’s Kevin Kohen for shipping it.] Including in the calendar is the […]

    The Hybrid Angel Is Still Thriving in Japan

    Here’s a photo update on the stunning Paracentropyge venusta x P. multifasciata hybrid, believed to be the only one of its kind in captivity. We first wrote about this particular fish back in 2008, shortly after Koji Wada of Blue Harbor received it. This is just the second time this Paracentropyge hybrid has entered the trade. The […]

    Juvenile Genicanthus Personatus Captured On Film

    This Genicanthus personatus is one of the smallest ever collected and will go down as one the most impressive Angelfish for many years to come. As we reported earlier, this fish was collected by Rufus Kimura at extreme depths in the waters of Hawaii. It was offered for sale in the United States, but as […]

    An Earlei Adventure: From Japan to Nebraska

    This post has been contributed by Jim Gryczanowski, President of the Nebraska Reef Club and admitted wrasse lover. Jim recently received a trio of wrasses that had a unique path to the United States. As a hardcore wrasse fanatic I have always been in love with the beauty of the Earlei Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus earlei) and for […]