Here, we report the effects observed before and after two monthly water exchanges and discussion the results' implications.
We are pleased to announce that the PDF issues are back and are up-to-date as of the October issue.
A uniquely designed 660L reef aquarium featuring an assortment of soft and hard corals, clams, and a variety of fish.
AmericanReef Video Podcast: SECORE (SExual COral REproduction) successes with Acropora palmata - Part I
Gary Lindner and Russ Kikel at AmericanReef.com this month bring you another podcast, this one discusses how SCORE is having success with reproduction of Acropora palmata.
In any case, a planted tank occasionally needs to be bushwhacked and replanted and there a few things the aquarist can do to make the rebirth of their aquarium go as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
Dana details different techniques and items you can use to make various devices for your next aquarium project.
Terry showcases a number of ways a new reefkeeper can aquascape his or her tank.
Press Release: California Academy of Sciences Becomes First Aquarium in US to Breed Dwarf Cuttlefish
Breeding program offers new opportunities to understand a little-studied species, and introduce the public to these fascinating creatures.
Hopefully, as the knowledge base grows, more easily raised species will be found and protocols will be added for harder species so that the foundation's list of captive-bred species available to hobbyists will continue to grow.
Terry discusses an email he received from a reader about freshwater planted aquariums.
A coral is recorded eating a jellyfish for the first time, in intriguing photographs taken by scientists.
(ScienceBlog) Anchored to an algae-covered rock in a 120-gallon tank at the California Academy of Sciences' Steinhart Aquarium, a cluster of inky-colored cuttlefish eggs is beginning to swell -- evidence of success for the Academy's new captive breeding program for dwarf cuttlefish, Sepia bandensis. The program, pioneered by Academy biologist Richard Ross, is the first of its kind in a U.S. aquarium, and offers the Academy and other institutions the opportunity to study and display a species that is both captivating and -- at 2-4 inches in length -- less resource-intensive to keep than its larger relatives. "By establishing a stable breeding population," Ross explains, "our hope is to make it easier for aquariums to showcase cuttlefish and their remarkable characteristics without impacting wild populations."
EcoTech's line of innovative pumps keeps getting more and more attention lately from media sources from within the aquarium industry and from popular news agencies.