Brief overview: The data presented here is a distillation of a talk I gave in Chicago at the International Marine Aquarium Conference (IMAC) in May 2003. The data was collected from various systems over about six months’ time.
Richard shares his 2000 gallon tank with us.
This article provides background on nitrate in the ocean and in aquaria, and describes a number of techniques that aquarists have successfully used to keep nitrate levels down to more natural levels in reef aquaria.
In this article, I would like to share some observations and photos of C. septentrionalis. If you have not considered keeping one of these beautiful pomacanthids before, I think this piece may inspire you to do so!
These blennies make their homes in dead barnacle shells and can almost always be found on the offshore platforms. This fish would make an ideal aquarium specimen.
Charles reviews the latest publications in the literature. Baird, A.H., Babcock, R.C. and C.P. Mundy. 2003. Habitat selection by larvae influences the depth distribution of six common coral species. Marine Ecology Progressive Series 252:289-294. Email: email@example.com
Another great book review for our readers.
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