• TBT:  Breeding Macropodus ocellatus, the Roundtail Paradise Fish

    TBT: Breeding Macropodus ocellatus, the Roundtail Paradise Fish

    Steve Waldron shares some vintage photos of breeding the Chinese Roundtail Paradise Fish, Macropodus ocellatus....

  • Two New Torpedo Wrasses

    Two New Torpedo Wrasses

    In a noteworthy new paper, Dr. John Randall, along with Allen Connell and Benjamin Victor, catalog the genus Pseudocoris and split two new species out as distinct, rather than geographic morphs of well-establish torpedo wrasses. ...

  • Video: Pocillopora for the Reef Aquarium

    Video: Pocillopora for the Reef Aquarium

    Despite being one of the less popular stony corals in the reef aquarium hobby, Pocillopora are second only to Acropora in reef building productivity in the wild. Their skeletons make up a huge portion of the reef’s structure in the ocean....

  • Take the Bulletproof SPS Survey

    Take the Bulletproof SPS Survey

    Your good friend is suddenly eager to graduate to keeping SPS corals, after proving that he/she can manage basic water quality and successfully maintain soft corals such as Discosoma spp. mushroom corals and Xenia....

  • Microplastic in Aquatic Food Webs

    Microplastic in Aquatic Food Webs

    It's the first indisputable evidence that species at the bottom of the food web are mistaking plastic for food, which raises troubling questions about species that rely on these invertebrates for food.......

  • Hitchhiking Oddities 01 - Pontomyia, The Sea Going Gnat

    Hitchhiking Oddities 01 - Pontomyia, The Sea Going Gnat

    Not only are these tiny insects interesting as being marine insects, they have some of the oddest life history attributes that I have ever had the chance to encounter. ...

  • AMAZONAS Featured Video: Hypnotic Planted Tanks Review

    AMAZONAS Featured Video: Hypnotic Planted Tanks Review

    A collection of competitively aquascaped nano aquariums,photographed with a mezmerizing soundtrack. Be inspired or just drift off....

  • Glorious New Rainbowfish Described

    Glorious New Rainbowfish Described

    The discovery of a new rainbowfish is always occasion for cheer among a large global network of aquarists, but when a particularly spectacular species unknown to science is found in a small pond in an abandoned mining camp deep in the rainforests of remote Papua Province, the excitement spreads....

  • CORAL Sept/Oct 2015 Issue Preview

    CORAL Sept/Oct 2015 Issue Preview

    CORAL’s exciting next issue (September/October 2015—to be introduced at MACNA 2015 in Washington, DC, September 3-5)—will provide a guide to Bulletproof SPS corals......

  • Delving into Toxic Fish Shipping Bags & Plastic Concerns

    Delving into Toxic Fish Shipping Bags & Plastic Concerns

    A roundtable discussion about issues of plastic toxicity in aquarium settings, particularly firsthand experiences with saltwater corals, invertebrates, and fishes....

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  • Two New Torpedo Wrasses

    In a noteworthy new paper, Dr. John Randall, along with Allen Connell and Benjamin Victor, catalog the genus Pseudocoris and split two new species out as distinct, rather than geographic morphs of well-establish torpedo wrasses.

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  • Video: Pocillopora for the Reef Aquarium

    Despite being one of the less popular stony corals in the reef aquarium hobby, Pocillopora are second only to Acropora in reef building productivity in the wild. Their skeletons make up a huge portion of the reef’s structure in the ocean.

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  • Take the Bulletproof SPS Survey

    Your good friend is suddenly eager to graduate to keeping SPS corals, after proving that he/she can manage basic water quality and successfully maintain soft corals such as Discosoma spp. mushroom corals and Xenia.

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  • Neptune Seeks to Recognize Your Marine Aquarium Hobbyist of the Year

    Neptune Systems, makers of APEX aquarium control systems, seeks to recognize the unsung champion in your local MASNA affiliated marine aquarium club. The deadline for submissions is 7/31/2015.

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  • Microplastic in Aquatic Food Webs

    It’s the first indisputable evidence that species at the bottom of the food web are mistaking plastic for food, which raises troubling questions about species that rely on these invertebrates for food….

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