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Bob's Picks

Looking back, this past year has been a year of positive change for Quality Marine. We delved into some new supply lines to increase our range of species as well as bolster some of those industry staples. A great amount of work goes into each of these new ventures, but we should see the continued results of our efforts into 2012 and beyond.

We are also making huge strides in our Captive Conditioning Program and our Reefhab Frags. We will be launching some new offerings that the husbandry team has been hard at work on and this always makes everyone here excited.

Also many of you are familiar with our static cling tank tags that we launched over 5 years ago. Those who take advantage of these find them to be a time saving resource and also a clean, standardized looking presentation of their livestock. Recently we further raised the bar as a QR code was added, giving people with smartphones a plethora of additional information right at their fingertips.

As you all probably know, the Marine Aquarium Industry is a dynamic one and is continuously evolving. We here at Quality Marine will continue to innovate and make every effort possible to make this the sustainable and environmentally responsible industry we all want it to be.

Wishing you all a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year!

We have an excellent batch of African Flameback Angels (Centropyge acanthops) in stock and ready to start off the New Year. Their vibrant coloration and relatively diminutive size makes them a superb addition to most aquaria.

We received a fresh batch of Barnacle Blenny's (Acanthemblemaria macrospilus) and they look great. These would make a very interesting addition to just about all nano aquariums.

We have a very robust selection of Blonde Naso Tang (Naso elegans) from Maldives in stock. They are eating like horses and look stunning!

We have some very nice Green Polyp Toadstool Leather Corals (Sarcophyton sp.) in stock. They are showing super polyp extension and look great an industry staple for the beginner reef hobbyist.

Be sure to ask your Customer Service Representative about this week's promotion on Scarlet Hermit Crabs (Paguristes cadenati). These algae grazers are a favorite in the hobby as they are colorful and relatively non-destructive.