• Quality Marine Introduces Aquacultured Harlequin Shrimp

    Quality Marine Introduces Aquacultured Harlequin Shrimp

    Beautiful aquacultured Harlequin Shrimp, captive-bred by Aquatic Technology of Ohio, make an aquarium trade debut at Los Angeles-based marine aquarium livestock wholesaler Quality Marine....

  • Charismatic New Brazilian Tetra Species Found In Blackwater Reservoir

    Charismatic New Brazilian Tetra Species Found In Blackwater Reservoir

    With countless aquatic species awaiting discovery in the backwaters of Amazonia, only a select few will ever capture the attention of the aquarium world. Those that instantly catch the eye of humans are informally classified as "charismatic"—a hard to define quality that may be driven by pigmentation, form,...

  • Feral Guppies Thrive in New Mexico's McCauley Hot Springs

    Feral Guppies Thrive in New Mexico's McCauley Hot Springs

    Nestled high in the Jemez Mountains of Sandoval County, New Mexico, reside one of the most unique and oldest established feral populations of Poecilia reticulata in North America....

  • VIDEO: Ted Judy's 2016 Colombia Expedition, Ep. 1

    VIDEO: Ted Judy's 2016 Colombia Expedition, Ep. 1

    If you had the opportunity to travel to a tropical place with huge biodiversity, would you go?...

  • VIDEO: More from SECORE Project Mexico

    VIDEO: More from SECORE Project Mexico

    The SECORE Foundation has issued a large online report detailing their work at sexual propagation and coral reef restoration in Mexico....

  • The All New Radion® Freshwater Pro LED Light

    The All New Radion® Freshwater Pro LED Light

    Featuring HEI optics, 95 watts of power and a completely adjustable full spectrum, the FW Pro has you covered. If you deal in fresh water fish or aquatic plants - you want this light!...

  • Oceanbox Designs Introduces TinyMAG™ Nano Glass Tank Algae Cleaner

    Oceanbox Designs Introduces TinyMAG™ Nano Glass Tank Algae Cleaner

    The world smallest glass tank algae cleaner! Measures at just 0.75″ in diameter and 0.5″ in thickness; suitable for pico and nano size aquariums up to 1/2″ thick glass....

  • VIDEO: Diving Knop's Reef — A Fresh Look

    VIDEO: Diving Knop's Reef — A Fresh Look

    Daniel Knop's slice of the ocean has developed into a tangled coral jungle, where colonies intertwine, fighting for space, flow, and light. It is beautiful, wild, and worthy of a bit of reef lust....

  • ¡Viva Baja! New Monterey Bay Aquarium Exhibit Looks South

    ¡Viva Baja! New Monterey Bay Aquarium Exhibit Looks South

    Just when you think the visual delights cannot get any more dazzling, you round the final corner and all the color drops away to reveal a perfectly simple display: a fat, round tank where hundreds of brilliant silver Lookdowns (Selene vomer) swim circles all day, their long flat noses bright against the tank...

  • When Acropora Dies

    When Acropora Dies

    Since May, we’ve witnessed lower numbers of butterflyfishes and the near complete disappearance of other fishes such as the Coral Goby, from areas that lost all of their Acropora. Most of the other reef-associated fishes have remained, mainly because the severe coral bleaching in 2016 did not result in imme...

Marine

  • Quality Marine Introduces Aquacultured Harlequin Shrimp

    Beautiful aquacultured Harlequin Shrimp, captive-bred by Aquatic Technology of Ohio, make an aquarium trade debut at Los Angeles-based marine aquarium livestock wholesaler Quality Marine.

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  • VIDEO: More from SECORE Project Mexico

    The SECORE Foundation has issued a large online report detailing their work at sexual propagation and coral reef restoration in Mexico.

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  • VIDEO: Diving Knop's Reef — A Fresh Look

    Daniel Knop’s slice of the ocean has developed into a tangled coral jungle, where colonies intertwine, fighting for space, flow, and light. It is beautiful, wild, and worthy of a bit of reef lust.

    0 READ MORE
  • ¡Viva Baja! New Monterey Bay Aquarium Exhibit Looks South

    Just when you think the visual delights cannot get any more dazzling, you round the final corner and all the color drops away to reveal a perfectly simple display: a fat, round tank where hundreds of brilliant silver Lookdowns (Selene vomer) swim circles all day, their long flat noses bright against the tank’s calming, blue-lit interior.

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  • When Acropora Dies

    Since May, we’ve witnessed lower numbers of butterflyfishes and the near complete disappearance of other fishes such as the Coral Goby, from areas that lost all of their Acropora. Most of the other reef-associated fishes have remained, mainly because the severe coral bleaching in 2016 did not result in immediate loss of habitat.

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Freshwater

  • Charismatic New Brazilian Tetra Species Found In Blackwater Reservoir

    With countless aquatic species awaiting discovery in the backwaters of Amazonia, only a select few will ever capture the attention of the aquarium world. Those that instantly catch the eye of humans are informally classified as “charismatic”—a hard to define quality that may be driven by pigmentation, form, behaviors and personality. In the case of Phycocharax rasbora, it is readily apparent in its vivid hues, flashy presence and the promise of being a sociable community fish.

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  • Feral Guppies Thrive in New Mexico's McCauley Hot Springs

    Nestled high in the Jemez Mountains of Sandoval County, New Mexico, reside one of the most unique and oldest established feral populations of Poecilia reticulata in North America.

    0 READ MORE
  • VIDEO: Ted Judy's 2016 Colombia Expedition, Ep. 1

    If you had the opportunity to travel to a tropical place with huge biodiversity, would you go?

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  • The All New Radion® Freshwater Pro LED Light

    Featuring HEI optics, 95 watts of power and a completely adjustable full spectrum, the FW Pro has you covered. If you deal in fresh water fish or aquatic plants – you want this light!

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  • Unbounded Passions: AGA Aquascape Winners 2016

    This portfolio of winners and top entries in the Aquatic Gardeners Association International Aquascaping Contest for 2016 showcases the state of the art of freshwater aquascaping today. 2016 was another outstanding year and came close to achieving another record for entries, with more than 500 aquascapes submitted to the contest.

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