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By admin - Posted Feb 14, 2011 10:00 PM
Below is a comprehensive listing of our latest blog posts sorted by date with the newest posts at the top of the list.
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Science says: Keep no more than two cleaner shrimps per tank

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Even hermaphrodites are monogamous. Scientists have discovered that whenever two or more cleaner shrimps are placed in the same tank, the two dominant specimens will kill off all other individuals until only a single pair remains. And you thought your dating scene was tough ...

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French Polynesian reefs saved by herbivorous fish nurseries

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UC Santa Barbara scientists have found an interesting case where herbivorous fish nurseries have helped severely damaged reefs recover from predation from crown-of-thorns sea stars, harsh cyclones, and other factors.

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Redfish Nov 2011 issue now online

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Redfish Magazine's November 2011 issue is now published and available for FREE download. The six-article issue #5 covers topics about cichlids, aquascaping, substrates, lighting, and the Garibaldi Damselfish. More details after the break.

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We're now on Google+!

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Now there's another way you can connect with the Advanced Aquarist community. Add us to your Google+ circle where we will share links to blogs and articles, photos, and interesting videos!

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Incredible RC flying clownfish and sharks [video]

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Have some fun during this holiday season with Air Swimmers radio controlled clownfish and sharks. Watch them fly around the room for hours of enjoyment.

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Destination Reefs: Cordelia Banks [video]

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Last Sunday, we toured the wondrous seas of the Philippines for the first video in our "Destination Reefs" series. Now the Atlantic gets some love. We visit Cordelia Banks, Honduras. This week's video may change your perception of Caribbean coral reefs. The density of SPS corals at Cordelia Banks rivals any Pacific reef.

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October 2011's Most Popular Posts

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In October, we learned how to extend our hobby into extreme pumpkin carving, found that birdsnest corals do not adapt well, observed some great reef videos, and met a playful Nassau grouper. Here's a look back at our most popular posts for October 2011.

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Vibrant SPS reef aquarium from Kuwait

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Reefkeeping is a global passion. Here is a marvelous Kuwaiti 650 liter (~170 gallon) reef aquarium filled with extremely colorful and mature SPS corals of all shades, shapes and sizes.

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The downloadable magazine issues are back!

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We are pleased to let everyone know that the January through October 2011 issues are ready for purchase and download from our site. More after the jump!

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The Supermodel of Passer Angelfish

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Passer Angelfish (Holacanthus passer) are beautiful fish, but this particular specimen collected by Cortez Marine is blessed with the finest genes ... an absolute show-stopper.

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Here's an interesting twist: macroalgae may actually help save some coral reefs

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Climate change and increasing carbon dioxide emissions are fueling ocean acidification and damage to coral reefs like the Great Barrier Reef. However, depending on areas adjacent to a reef, the effects of carbon dioxide ocean acidification might actually be negated by adjacent photosynthetic areas.

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Scanning Electron Microscopy of Montipora digitata

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Ever wonder why Montipora corals are so brittle and easy to frag? Eric Roth took a sample of a Montipora digitata frag (recently lost to RTN) under a scanning electron microscope. His images show the extremely delicate, low-density, and quite beautiful skeletal matrix of Montipora.

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Baby Interruptus Angels are criminally cute

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Leave it to Blue Harbor to get the good stuff! They recently received shipment of not just one but two adorable baby Centropyge interruptus angels. These Japanese angels are as beautiful as they are rare.

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Lunge feeding humpbacks almost make a meal out of kayakers and surfer [video]

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Whale-watching groups are advised to stay a minimum of 100 feet away from foraging whales. This group of individuals didn't and almost became lunch.

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Seven missing fish collectors found!

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The US Coast Guard and Australian Navy conducted air and sea searches this weekend for seven men who had gone missing in the Marshall Islands. The men embarked on an expedition to collect marine fish for the aquarium industry. We are happy to report they were all found a few hours ago, alive and well.

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