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CoralRX

CoralRX

This widespread exposure to coral species has allowed us to do extensive hands-on testing and research. We were so impressed with what we have developed, we created Coral Rx so others could share in our success. We understand the need for not only effective products, but also for comprehensive product support. We strive to provide detailed information, tips, and ongoing research results for the reef community through our regularly updated website. All the latest techniques and medications for reef aquarium pests will be discussed in depth with photographs and detailed comparisons.

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  • CoralRX Coral Dip, 8 oz. Makes 12 gal.

    CoralRX Coral Dip, 8 oz. Makes 12 gal.

    CoralRX Coral Dip, 8 oz. Makes 12 gal..

    Coral Rx was developed in 2006 for two purposes: to treat corals suffering with parasites, and as a prophylactic measure to promote healthy corals before parasites or bacterial infections become harmful. Coral Rx is tough on parasites, yet gentle on your coral (contains no iodine or oxidizers) allowing you to be proactive in protecting your investment. 

    Independently Tested 

    Coral Rx was independently tested by Andrew Lynford, M.S. in Biology from Hofstra University. This investigation attempted to quantify the efficacy of three chemical flatworm controls: Flatworm Exit, Coral Rx, and Povidone. His research is available in a featured article published in Advanced Aquarist, April 2009. Below are excerpts of his findings:. 

    * Coral Rx was the most effective treatment…
    * Coral Rx performed well as a coral dip, and it would be advantageous for coral aquaculturists, wholesalers, retailers, aquariums, and hobbyists to use this product when quarantining newly purchased corals.
    * Chemical treatments are utilized as a preventative protocol used to eradicate flatworms before they are introduced into an aquarium. These chemical treatments are referred to as a coral dips.
    * Quarantining corals and live rock with coral dips is the best way to deal with marine flatworms because it prevents their introduction, and circumvents the problems associated with convolutrilobid toxin release. 
    * Harvesting coral reef taxa (species) to replace livestock lost through convolutriloba toxin release is environmentally costly, and should be prevented by using coral dips. 

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    $17.95
  • CoralRX PRO Coral Dip, 1 oz. Makes 17 gal.

    CoralRX PRO Coral Dip, 1 oz. Makes 17 gal.

    CoralRX PRO Coral Dip, 1 oz. Makes 17 gal.

    Coral Rx was developed in 2006 for two purposes: to treat corals suffering with parasites, and as a prophylactic measure to promote healthy corals before parasites or bacterial infections become harmful. Coral Rx is tough on parasites, yet gentle on your coral (contains no iodine or oxidizers) allowing you to be proactive in protecting your investment. 

    Independently Tested 

    Coral Rx was independently tested by Andrew Lynford, M.S. in Biology from Hofstra University. This investigation attempted to quantify the efficacy of three chemical flatworm controls: Flatworm Exit, Coral Rx, and Povidone. His research is available in a featured article published in Advanced Aquarist, April 2009. Below are excerpts of his findings:. 

    * Coral Rx was the most effective treatment…
    * Coral Rx performed well as a coral dip, and it would be advantageous for coral aquaculturists, wholesalers, retailers, aquariums, and hobbyists to use this product when quarantining newly purchased corals.
    * Chemical treatments are utilized as a preventative protocol used to eradicate flatworms before they are introduced into an aquarium. These chemical treatments are referred to as a coral dips.
    * Quarantining corals and live rock with coral dips is the best way to deal with marine flatworms because it prevents their introduction, and circumvents the problems associated with convolutrilobid toxin release. 
    * Harvesting coral reef taxa (species) to replace livestock lost through convolutriloba toxin release is environmentally costly, and should be prevented by using coral dips. 

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    $23.39

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