Jake continues his West Atlantic Stony Coral series with Meandrinids, Mussids, Oculiniids, Caryophillidae, Hydrocorals, and others.
I have been maintaining a reef tank for many years, and can say without hesitation that significant water changes are vital.
Breeder's Net: Rearing the Golden Damselfish, Amblyglyphidodon aureus, A Promising Candidate for Aquaculture
Four separate spawns were collected, eggs were hatched, and larvae were reared with a success rate approaching 100%, using rotifers as a first food. These preliminary successes in rearing A. aureus suggest that members of this genus may be good candidates for commercial aquaculture.
This is a review of some of the more common water flow devices used in the hobby.
Media Review : Coral ID: "An Electronic Key to the Zooxanthellate Scleractinian Corals of the World" and "Corals of the World"
Dana reviews John Veron's books and CD.
This is not the an easy member of the genus because they are sensitive. Because of it price and rarity, make sure that the fish started to feed before you get it.
While this article cannot solve every aquarium emergency, it hopefully gives some ideas that can be implemented with little cost which may pay big dividends in saving the lives of aquarium animals.
Terry discusses his Thailand trip a bit more as well as an upcoming article in Advanced Aquarist.
This month, our readers give tips on choosing a reputable local fish store.
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With a little thought, a little planning and a desire to provide the animals in your care with research, there is no reason why you can't keep one of these beauties healthy for 15+ years in your living room!
I have found it possible (actually very easy) to have a continuous culture of brine shrimp.