GEOTHERMAL AQUACULTURE RESEARCH FOUNDATION
THESE IMAGES INCLUDE A SECOND PREVIEW DESKTOP WALLPAPER IMAGE
FROM THE NEW CORAL REEF AQUARIUM COMBINATIONS SLIDE SHOW SALLY JO AND I AM WORKING ON.

This image shows part of Sally Jo's five year old reef. This fine Sarcophyton is growing near the top of Sally Jo's 55 gallon SPS reef. Sarcophytons are one of our favorite soft corals, and we will show you some of the other reef aquarium combinations that they do well in.

Many different corals grow very well together. If you are concerned about combining several types of coral you will find it helpful to start with small captive corals. By starting with hardy captive corals you can learn about their habits as they grow. Remember some corals will sting other corals growing near them.

GEOTHERMAL AQUACULTURE RESEARCH FOUNDATION
GEOTHERMAL AQUACULTURE RESEARCH FOUNDATION

The Geothermal Aquaculture Research Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization dependent on sales of quality products and our special Annual Events to support our eduacation programs. These projects sustain our service programs and ongoing research we provide to our Community and the World. 

We are an Idaho Non Profit Organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge of reef keeping. Our live rock aquaculture research has produced many new techniques for sustaining marine life and propagating corals. We are currently growing many species of sps corals, mushrooms, etc. The Foundation is building a genetic bank in Idaho with collections from around the World. We specialize in reef janitors, and have shared this research with many people who need to control algae in land-based live rock aquaculture tanks.


 
 

Geothermal Aquaculture Research Foundation 


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CALL TODAY AND YOU CAN MIX AND MATCH ANY AMOUNT OF SNAILS AND HERMITS FOR ONLY $1.00 EACH. LeRoy 
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ALGAE CONTROL CENTRAL
REEF JANITORS ALGAE CONTROL CENTRAL

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