Grammatonotus brianne is an amazing new callanthiid fish discovered by a team of California Academy of Sciences and Bishop Museum ichthyologists. The new species is currently only known from Luzon Island (Philippines) at the remarkable depth of 150 meters.
The Fire Shrimp (Lysmata debelius) is popular among reefkeepers for their blood-red color, peaceful nature, and their important roles as scavengers and cleaners. This species has been bred in small batches for decades, and now Roger Williams University is delivering commercially aquacultured Fire Shrimps.
It's remarkable how many new, showy tropical fish have been discovered lately. Cichlids get their turn at the spotlight with Apistogramma sororcula, a new and exquisite South American dwarf cichlid.
Badis pancharatnaensis is a newly described species of Badis perch. Its scales are large and multi-hued. In combination with its showy iridescent fins and lovely crescent body form, B.pancharatnaensis is a real pint-sized beaut.
Hyphessobrycon margitae is a newest described tetra species, and it is one of the most dazzling ever. H.margitae has an intensely bright blue body with radiant red fringes on all its fins. It's as if a sapphire and ruby had a love child.
How to Grow Corals Quicker: Effects of Various Alkalinity Concentrations on Rates of Zooxanthellae Photosynthesis
For corals to grow at their best, many chemical and physical conditions must be optimized. Dana Riddle examines the effects of varying levels of dissolved bicarbonates on coral photosynthesis and growth.
Some of us may have seen, lusted after, or even kept completely white frogfish. They are drop-dead gorgeous. But their beauty may belie a sad reality. Researchers hypothesize that some of these frogfish may lack pigmentation in order to camouflage against bleached corals that are all too common nowadays.
Your single chromis is probably lonely, scared and skinny, finds a new James Cook University study. Schooling fish who are kept with "schoolmates" are fatter and calmer.
Eunice aphroditois, also known as the Bobbit worm, buries its long body deep in the sand, leaving only its powerful jaws protruding above the surface. It uses these to grab hold of unsuspecting prey and drag it down into its burrow within a fraction of a second. Biologists from the University of Basel have taken a closer look at the gruesome hunter and its prey and noticed a fascinating behavioral pattern: prey fish defend themselves against the monstrous worm by attacking it with water jets and forcing it to retreat. The study has been published in Scientific Reports.
PETA has called out Wayde King and Brett Raymer of Animal Planet's TV show 'Tanked' for "confining sentient beings to artificial environments" and requesting they serve fish-free meals at their new Las Vegas restaurant to absolve them of their "guilt."
Petrolisthes paulayi is a new species of filter-feeding reef crab from the Central Pacific. With it's orange and red spots and stripes throughout its white carapace, it is also one of the most striking porcelain crabs.
The classic reverse osmosis designs can be annoying and messy when it comes time to replace media. Aquatic Life's new Twist-In systems feature the quickest method of changing out all the cartridges without any tools or spills.
The City of Villa Rica, Georgia, is looking for three men that may be responsible for the disappearance of six to eight mature (and expensive) kois from the Pine Mountain Gold Museum.
Despite being able to camouflage themselves in colourful surroundings, cuttlefish, squid and octopus are colourblind, QBI research has found.
University of Florida, in participation with Rising Tide Conservation, has made remarkable progress researching captive breeding of reef fish, including their recent success with blue tangs. UoF currently has a opening for a full-time staff scientist for their aquaculture lab.