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It's not every day that you encounter a rare and mysterious marine angelfish while walking through the airport. What was it? Read on to find out!
Ongoing trade wars between the US and EU + UK now set to have damaging impact on US ornamental fish producers.
Stray light from coastal development can severely disrupt coral reproductive cycles, new study finds—and blue-spectrum LED lighting is the worst.
"It's corals like this that remind me why I don't have a tank at home...it would be coming home with me," says Kris Cline, owner
Seawater is not in direct contact with the growing skeleton, as has been commonly assumed...
Need a gift for that fishy friend or family member? MACNA has launched an expansive apparel line replete with options perfect for the marine aquarium
Creating amazing branching and sprawling pillars of reefscape with many places for mounting corals has never been easier.
"The time has come for the entire aquarium industry to come together to help save the Hawaiian aquarium fishery," says PIJAC.
Daniel Knop examines the many methods that reef aquarists employ in an effort to eliminate problematic flatworm pests in reef tanks, including one opt
Maldanid polychaete in the genus Praxillura create tubes characterized by several long, thin extensions at the end, with a clear substance suspended
Marine worms worth knowing—A survey of the Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful
A preview of articles and images in the just-published issue of CORAL, The Reef & Marine Aquarium Magazine, November/December 2020.
Reef Video of the Year? You decide... If there were an Academy Award for Short Reef Videos, our nominee this year would be a mesmerizing new rele
Cobalt's new Aqua Sponge Mats may well save your floors during routine maintenance; they can absorb up to 1 gallon of water per 5 square feet!
Article and author table of contents listing for CORAL Magazine November/December 2020
Scientists compile new evidence that atolls are formed by cyclic changes in sea level South Keeling Island, one of 27 atolls in the Indian Ocean�