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Sanjay presents spectral data on a low cost bulb found on EBay and data on the Catalina lamps.
My position was that the many groups involved in the hobby were not working directly with each other and far more could be done.
They are considered the most beautiful creatures of the sea and as they move very slowly, they are very popular among submarine photographers.
Feature Article: Coral Coloration, Part 8: Blue and Green Coral Fluorescence: Environmental Factors Affecting Fluorescent Pigmentation
For our purposes, we'll say that blue and green fluorescent pigments are in the range of 400nm to 565nm.
Our magazine issues from November 2007 and forward will be available in both an online AND downloadable PDF format for your added reading enjoyment. Read more for the details!
This month, our readers give tips on livestock and hardware purchasing.
Marine Aquarist Courses Online (MACO) will be offering a whole host of new educational courses for you starting in January 2008!
This article will report on the performance of one such luminaire – the powerful LED array from Aqua Illumination.
Recent developments of larval shrimp cultures, the success of commercial breeding programs, and the newly generated interest of aquarists to breed invertebrates may serve together as the big breakthrough.
Feature Article: Coral Coloration - Part 7: Coral Reflectance, Chromoproteins and Environmental Factors Affecting Non-fluorescent Pigmentation
All the information presented in the previous six installments of this series has been only a precursor to this article, where we identified coral pigments as described in scientific literature.
Feature Article: Identifying Parasitic Diseases in Marine Aquarium Fish - A Hobbyist’s Guide to Identifying Some Common Marine Aquarium Parasites
Awareness of the symptoms and treatments for other common parasites can save aquarists from disappointing setbacks, unnecessary expenses and the loss of livestock.