In Part II of this series, we test a series of double ended lamp reflectors that were made available to us. Table 1 shows a list of reflectors examined as well as the lamp and ballast combinations used therein.
Chad shares his 300 gallon system with us this month.
Frank Baensch’s work with the pigmy angels is very exciting, as is that of the Oceanic Institute and the Waikiki Aquarium. A new door has been opened, a new possibility confirmed, and we are anxious for the door to open wide.
In this article I will give some details of aluminum in natural seawater, and will discuss the sparse literature on the toxicity of aluminum ions to marine organisms.
The fish's total length measures less than 1 inch.
I think that they make a wonderful pet, and if their special needs are taken into consideration, they adapt well to aquarium life and can live out their entire natural lifespan in captivity.
These researcher/ aquaculturists have their eye on a larger goal - the development of new methodologies for rearing economically important fish larvae, especially food sources for the critical early stages of fish development from the larval to the juvenile forms.
Do you have bugs?
This month we showcase photos from 'The Big Aquarium' taken by James Wiseman.
Martin gives some good advice on growing out marine fish.
In this article I will review how well this test kit accomplishes the rather difficult task of determining borate alkalinity against a background of carbonate alkalinity.
I had an experience recently that reminded me of how important it is to provide the proper care and habitat for marine fish, especially in smaller aquariums, and I think it’s worth devoting my column to recount it.