One of the very exciting things about our hobby is making an unexpected discovery.
Feature Article: Elevated Nutrient and 'Trace Element' Concentrations in Reef Aquaria, Preliminary Findings: Their Effects on Zooxanthellae of Porites lobata
These results suggest that elevated nutrients and certain elements are not immediate stressors to this coral and zooxanthellae species.
Bob shares his nano aquarium with us this month.
Relatively little is known about the biology of these wrasses. As mentioned above, all three species are quite secretive, spending their days moving within crevices and from hole to hole under overhangs and in caves.
I also hope that I have given the adventurous and experienced aquarists who read this a better idea of what to expect if you decide to ignore my advice and get one of these animals for your tank anyway.
The book contains much technical husbandry and breeding information based on the authors wide experience and readings. It has clearly been written with and eye toward a larger and more professional audience than just aquarium hobbyists. For those who are interested in native fishes with aquarium potential it presents all that is currently known on the subject and is an invaluable reference.
Sanjay analyzes a number of new 400 Watt double ended lamps for the hobby.
Since the previous article on 250W Double Ended metal halide lamps and the increase in the availability of more lamps in this category there has been considerable interest in spectral data on these newly introduced lamps.
Different families of fishes will spend different amounts of time feeding.
Our readers share their favorite home created food recipes for their reef tank.
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