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Rare Fiji Pink Skunk Clownfish

Posted on: June 21 2013 01:30


Sea & Reef now offer the Pink Clownfish (Amphiprion perideraion) in a rare color morph with an orange coloration. The color of the regular Pink Skunk Clownfish is more peach than Orange. The parent fish of this rare color morph were collected in Fiji and imported under the name “Sunkist Skunk Clownfish”. Read more here

Sea & Reef Release Black Photon Clownfish

Posted on: February 09 2013 15:14


This week we are adding Black Photon Clownfish to our list of captive bred fish. Black Photon Clownfish is a cross between the black and white Darwin Ocellaris and Onyx Percula Clownfish. Early juvenile Black Photon Clownfish have a brown and orange coloration. As the fish grow larger the brown color changes to solid black, while the orange coloration on the face, belly and anal fin is retained. It is a gorgeous designer clownfish with a distinct and aesthetically pleasing look. Read more about our Black Photon Clownfish here

Sea & Reef’s New DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish

Posted on: January 10 2013 19:00

What do you get when you combine art and science? The answer is DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish from Sea & Reef Aquaculture. This gorgeous designer clownfish is a variant of Amphiprion ocellaris. The white stripes have been replaced with interesting curves and patterns - much like an artist painting broad strokes of white paint on a bright orange canvas. No two fish are exactly the same. The DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish are a cross between our Wyoming White Clownfish (A. ocellaris) and Ocellaris Clownfish (also A. ocellaris).

You might ask why we named this beautiful morph "DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish". Well the hobby already have a Picasso Clownfish (A. percula) named after the famous painter Pablo Picasso. The name DaVinci was inspired by the famous Italian renaissance painter, scientist, architect, and pioneer Leonardo da Vinci. The DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish combine the beauty of art and science.

DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish Grade Extreme

DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish Grade A
DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish Grade A

Davinci Ocellaris Clownfish Grade B
DaVinci Ocellaris Clownfish Grade B

Learn more about this gorgeous new designer clownfish here: DaVinci Clownfish Extreme Details

Check out what Reef Builders are saying about them here

Sea & Reef Aquaculture Donates To MACNA

Posted on: September 14 2012 00:00

Sea & Reef Aquaculture donated 3 awesome designer clownfish pair to the MACNA Conference Raffle.

Wyoming White Clownfish
1 pair of Sea & Reef Wyoming White Clownfish

Phantom Clownfish
1 pair of Sea & Reef Phantom Clownfish

Maine Blizzard Clownfish
1 pair of Sea & Reef Maine Blizzard Clownfish

If you are going to MACNA this year make sure to try your luck to win one of these exclusive pairs.

Sea & Reef’s Phantom Clownfish

Posted on: August 31 2012 12:00

Phantom ClownfishWe are proud to present to you Sea & Reef’s Phantom Clownfish. This designer clownfish is jaw dropping gorgeous. The Phantom Clownfish is jet black with jagged white snowflake markings. No two fish are alike. Sea & Reef created the Phantom Clownfish through selective breeding of several of our ocellaris designer clownfish variations including Premium Snowflake Ocellaris Clownfish, Black Ice Clownfish and super black Darwin Ocellaris Clownfish.

Check out what Reef Builders are saying about them here.

Learn more about our Phantom Clownfish

Sea and Reef Aquaculture Featured in Reef Builders

Posted on: August 05 2012 16:00

Reef Builders featured a story about our Wyoming White Clownfish. You can read about the great write up here

Ornamentals thriving in Maine

Posted on: June 12 2012 21:44

Launched on a shoestring by two students at the University of Maine, Sea & Reef Aquaculture is now shipping thousands of colourful reef fish to enthusiastic buyers across the country.

Read the whole story here.

Sea & Reef Featured in Scientific American Article

Posted on: April 02 2012 16:00

Sea & Reef was recently featured in a great article from Scientific American. You can check it out here.

Sea & Reef Launches A New Facebook Page

Posted on: March 02 2012 19:00

Sea & Reef has launched a new Facebook page!
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