We’ve had Red Goniopora in the greenhouse for nearly a decade, but it was only in the last 3 years that we started fragging the broodstock. We were amazed to discover that it grew a lot faster than anticipated. The original pieces were about the size of a large grapefruit but we now have many […]
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On very rare occassions, our Clarkii Broodstock will produce a small batch of what we call Pearl-Eye Clarkiis. These exquisite fish have Pearly-Blue eye spots that may cover either a portion or all of the superior area of the iris. Even fewer of these beauties show extra markings of white around their head bar.
We have gotten the impression that people think we are a bit crazy for trying to sell dried sponges. They may not be for everyone but ORA is always looking for ways to support aquaculture both domestically and abroad. Just so people don’t think we are entering the curio trade, allow us provide you with […]
The Ponape Birdsnest from ORA is a beautifully colored compact growing Seriatopora variety. The short, thin branches are light green with stunning pink tips and the corallites are pronounced giving the branches a bumpy texture. The polyps of this coral are small and not very noticeable, similar to the polyps of the ORA Pink and […]
ORA is pleased to announce that we will be distributing Coral Smoothie™ a brand new product from AlgaGen.
We are really excited about this Blog because it finally gives us the opportunity to easily share all of our exciting news and the cool day to day happenings at ORA. We would like to kick this off with some neat coral shots taken yesterday in our Coral Greenhouse. One of the most exciting finds […]
After years of promises, the new Oceans, Reefs & Aquariums website is finally up. All of our products can be found on the site along with detailed descriptions. Our web designer has created a simple yet elegant layout that should display well on most modern browsers and web enabled devices.
The ORA Pinto Seahorse is a result of selectively breeding the Hippocampus erectus that initially showed this mutation. It is one of the hardiest varieties and it will grow to a maximum length of 7.5”.
Treat yourself to a luxurious experience at every bath time. This natural sea sponge will gently clean and massage, leaving your skin feeling silky smooth. So soft and gentle this sponge is safe for bathing the skin of newborn infants.