This month, our readers give advice on how to remove a mantis shrimp from your tank.
The following recording is an interview with Dr. Joseph Pawlik, a marine ecologist at the University of North Carolina in Wilmington (UNCW) who focuses his research interests on the chemical ecology of reef sponges. Joining me for the interview is Chris Jury who is a recently enrolled graduate student at UNCW.
The Candy Basslet is one of five species of Liopropoma that occur in the tropical Atlantic Ocean. It ranges from the Bahamas and Florida Keys, along the eastern Caribbean, and down to some of the smaller islands off the northern coast of South America.
Product Review: The Hach 'HQ' Series Meters: For Advanced Water Quality Monitoring: Dissolved Oxygen, pH, Temperature and Conductivity/Salinity/TDS
Dana reviews Hach HQ series of meters and gives his overall impressions of this equipment for monitoring water quality.
Does old tank syndrome really exist? Julian explains changes that the tank goes through as it gets older.
In this editorial, I would like to present a scheme for filling in the pyramid of knowledge that we all contain within our heads.
This month, our readers give advice on how you can save electricity.
Pavaphon discusses Suttonia lineata and Suttonia suttoni (last month's
In this month’s article Jake will discuss his own research demonstrating how flow speed and lighting intensity go hand in hand.
While coral coloration is today less likely to be the subject of intense interest (and debate) within the hobby than it was just 5 years ago, the situation is much different in peer-reviewed literature, with researchers producing a staggering amount of information on marine invertebrate fluorescent and non-fluorescent pigments.