• Herbivores - CORAL Printed Issue Preview - July/August 2015

    Herbivores - CORAL Printed Issue Preview - July/August 2015

    Herbivores, the frontline warriors in the never-ending battle between aquarists and algae, headline the July/August 2015 issue of CORAL Magazine, with additional features on fragging Plate Corals, a no-water-change Dutch Reef Aquarium, and more of our extended Dwarf Angelfish coverage!...

  • Evolution Happens: Corals Already Adapting to Climate Change

    Evolution Happens: Corals Already Adapting to Climate Change

    Stony corals are already finding ways to survive in warming seas, according to new research by an international team of scientists from the University of Texas, the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), and Oregon State University....

  • MASNA Membership Drive 2015, July

    MASNA Membership Drive 2015, July

    In July, when you join MASNA as a member, either as an individual or family, you will be entered into a drawing to win a A150 Led light which KESSIL has generously donated...

  • Underwater Fish Identification App seeks Crowdsourced Funding

    Underwater Fish Identification App seeks Crowdsourced Funding

    Two graduate students aim to develop an iPad app that includes a visual reference guide to Caribbean reef fishes, and census-taking software for underwater reef fish surveys....

  • AMAZONAS Sept/Oct 2015 Issue Preview

    AMAZONAS Sept/Oct 2015 Issue Preview

    Kids and little grannies may keep them in countertop vases, but members of the genus Betta can also be of great interest to keepers of rare fishes and, yes, an underworld of shadowy characters who carry on the ancient traditions of staging battles between highly bred fighting fish males. ...

  • Friday Photospread: Callochromis pleurospilus

    Friday Photospread: Callochromis pleurospilus

    After losing my Altolamprologus compressiceps 'Sumbu shell' fry, I was looking for another Tanganyikan Cichlid to stock the empty tank. I found Callochromis pleurospilus juveniles at a fellow hobbyist's fish room. Once they were about 1.5-2 inch in size, they started sowing their beautiful iridescent colors. ...

  • The Aquascaper Series: Styles

    The Aquascaper Series: Styles

    George Farmer takes a look at two very different styles of aquascaping and asks which do you prefer?...

  • Overview: Gymnochanda, The Enigmatic Glassfishes

    Overview: Gymnochanda, The Enigmatic Glassfishes

    Although the delicate glassfishes, or glass perches, of the genus Gymnochanda are classic “old school” aquarium species, usually only specialists in unusual fishes from Asia keep them, Ichthyologist Tan Heok Hui has written an overview for of the genus for AMAZONAS Magazine....

  • Biotope Video: Sinharaja National Park, Sri Lanka

    Biotope Video: Sinharaja National Park, Sri Lanka

    Mike Tuccinardi shares underwater footage of the pristine aquatic habitat and colorful endemic species of Sri Lanka's famed Sinharaja Forest Reserve...

  • Surgeonfish Blues: Euro Group Warns About Coming Disney Movie

    Surgeonfish Blues: Euro Group Warns About Coming Disney Movie

    Predicting that uninformed consumers will be inspired to buy a live "Dory" for their aquariums, a European non-profit organization is mounting an educational campaign to discourage the purchase and keeping of Paracanthurus hepatus, variously sold as the Palette Surgeonfish, Regal Tang, Blue Tang, or Pacific B...

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  • AMAZONAS Sept/Oct 2015 Issue Preview

    Kids and little grannies may keep them in countertop vases, but members of the genus Betta can also be of great interest to keepers of rare fishes and, yes, an underworld of shadowy characters who carry on the ancient traditions of staging battles between highly bred fighting fish males.

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  • Friday Photospread: Callochromis pleurospilus

    After losing my Altolamprologus compressiceps ‘Sumbu shell’ fry, I was looking for another Tanganyikan Cichlid to stock the empty tank. I found Callochromis pleurospilus juveniles at a fellow hobbyist’s fish room. Once they were about 1.5-2 inch in size, they started sowing their beautiful iridescent colors.

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  • The Aquascaper Series: Styles

    George Farmer takes a look at two very different styles of aquascaping and asks which do you prefer?

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  • Overview: Gymnochanda, The Enigmatic Glassfishes

    Although the delicate glassfishes, or glass perches, of the genus Gymnochanda are classic “old school” aquarium species, usually only specialists in unusual fishes from Asia keep them, Ichthyologist Tan Heok Hui has written an overview for of the genus for AMAZONAS Magazine.

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  • Biotope Video: Sinharaja National Park, Sri Lanka

    Mike Tuccinardi shares underwater footage of the pristine aquatic habitat and colorful endemic species of Sri Lanka’s famed Sinharaja Forest Reserve

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