I do hope that experienced reef keepers will use this and other information to see if we are on the right track, and report their experience for all of us to share.
Do not forget that you can use the microscope to take a closer look at the most important of all algae on the coral reef and in the coral reef aquarium – the zooxanthellae.
Kedd shares his 180 gallon reef aquarium with us this month.
In this month’s column we’ll discuss the use of Artemia (brine Shrimp) nauplii as a food source for larger fry.
This article also discusses the sources and sinks for boron in reef tanks, and shows that while typical tanks may be slightly depleted in boron with respect to natural levels, most are not so significantly depleted that any correction is required. Nevertheless, how to test for and supplement boron is addressed.
I hope that those of you that have a passive community tank will seek this fish and its shrimp associate out and give it a try! They make fascinating pets.
Peter shares his photo of a Harlequin Tuskfish with us this month.
Aquarium Invertebrates: Captive Husbandry Of Goniopora, Spp. With Remarks About The Similar Genus Alveopora
I believe I have discovered what it needs to prevent and cure the wasting condition, and why it occurs.
Charles reviews the latest in today's literature that's of interest to reefkeepers.
In this short article I would like to re-examine the taxonomic status of Calloplesiops argus.
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