Short Take: Variable Rates of Photosynthesis of Zooxanthellae within the Lobe Coral (Porites species): An Explanation for 'Mottled' Bleaching?
This article will present information concerning variable rates of photosynthesis across the surface of a small Lobe Coral (tentatively identified as Porites lobata) and offer discussion of the implications.
Goniopora is just the latest group of corals with the 'keep away' label--but I have no doubt it will soon be put on the 'been there, done that' list.
Mike discusses his experiences from observing how the animals we keep in our tanks are collected and shipped to us.
Based on technology developed by NASA, Spectrum Technologies markets a 'chlorophyll meter' - the FieldScout CM1000. This instrument is a simple point-and-shoot device.
Terry tackles the dreaded Majano sp. anemone with a Chaetodon ulietensis butterfly fish.
This month, our readers comment on tips for purchasing livestock and equipment online.
Using basic artistic rules of placement, symmetry, color, texture, and size the home hobbyist can bring out their favorite items as an 'attention getter'.
Ignasi describes the tank, its inhabitants, and husbandry behind the tank.
Francis discusses the husbandry, maintenance, and occupants of the tank.
Rich describes his tank and husbandry practices along with photos of its inhabitants.
Following are a few new pictures of Greg’s reef tanks that I took on my recent trip.
This month, our readers discuss how they keep that dreaded pest, Aiptasia, under control.
Our readers comment on what they do with their excess coral frags from their tanks.
Tony Huff (aka ReefRelated) describes his aquarium for us -- its inhabitants, his equipment, and its maintenance.
Richard shares his awesome 150 gallon tank with us this month.
The Coral Whisperer: Goniopora Revisited: If We Could Keep It Alive, Do We Really Want To? High Levels Of Toxicity In Goniopora And Other Hard Corals
Eric discusses the potential for high levels of toxicity in Goniopora.
In this last article, I will treat the subject of the coral diseases known collectively as 'White Syndromes.'
This month, Joe shares his 180 gallon reef aquarium with us.
In this article, I limit myself to those corals having white areas that are not caused by bleaching or disease.