This month, our readers discuss tips they have for keeping aggressive fish.
This month, we have a mystery critter seeking identification. Do you know what it is?
In this article, Scott continues his survey of some fish families that are both of interest to aquarists and that contain representatives that occur in deep reef environments.
Based on technology developed by NASA, Spectrum Technologies markets a 'chlorophyll meter' - the FieldScout CM1000. This instrument is a simple point-and-shoot device.
No longer worrying about general tank set up and care, modern hobbyists are now focusing their attention on what creating ecosystems which continue to develop and expand.
Keeping cephalopods, and especially cuttlefish, in home aquariums is still in its infancy.
In my opinion, as reef keepers, we are especially vulnerable to potential wiring problems.
This month, we have a mystery critter seeking identification. Can you identify it?
This month, our readers showcase some of their favorite websites.
It is important to understand what the sun is and does, because upcoming articles will be comparing the differences between using sunlight to using common aquarium lighting in the home aquaria.
Aquarists are very passionate and opinionated about their skimmers.
What do we mean by a deep reef fish community? Although 'deep' is an arbitrary term, in this article we will refer to those fishes that live on or adjacent to corals reefs, at depths in excess of 100 feet as deep reef fishes.
Wade describes his trip to the Sydney Aquarium and the Great Barrier Reef.
This article presents some data on the underwater light field on a reef and compares it to the artificial light field over our reef aquaria, along with discussion of other features of natural lighting that are often not simulated in our aquariums.