• MACNA 2022: Gathering and Growing, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    MACNA 2022: Gathering and Growing, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    The 2022 Marine Aquarium Conference of North America (MACNA) is scheduled, in-person, for September 9th through 11th in centrally-located Milwaukee, Wisconsin!...

  • Biota Breeds Neopomacentrus azysron

    Biota Breeds Neopomacentrus azysron

    Damsels from the genus Neopomacentrus are perhaps a bit underrated, and the announcement of captive-breed offerings from Biota gives us another opportunity to talk about these Lyretail Damselfishes....

  • Less than 30 Days to Reef-A-Palooza Orlando

    Less than 30 Days to Reef-A-Palooza Orlando

    With limited timed entries, advanced ticket purchases encouraged, and COVID-aware protocols in place, Reef-A-Palooza organizers are prepared for one of the first in-person reef keeping events of 2021, held in sunny Orlando, Florida....

  • Video: Swiss Reef Keeping Inspiration

    Video: Swiss Reef Keeping Inspiration

    Swiss aquarist Manuel showcases a 45-gallon reef aquarium, proving that a beautiful reef tank is within the reach of any aquarist, regardless of tank size!...

  • New A500X Tuna Blue LED Lighting from Kessil

    New A500X Tuna Blue LED Lighting from Kessil

    Kessil's new A500X Tuna Blue represents a high-powered SPS-centric lighting option with full spectral and intensity control at your fingertips. via Kessil The A500X is a powerful 185W high intensity LED designed specifically for experienced SPS coral growers. This fixture integrates the latest Dense Ma...

  • AMAZONAS Magazine Table of Contents May/June 2021

    AMAZONAS Magazine Table of Contents May/June 2021

    WADING INTO WEIRD WATERS Volume 10, Number 3...

  • Videos: Happy Nguyen's Reefs

    Videos: Happy Nguyen's Reefs

    There one consistent theme to Thai aquarist Happy Nguyen's reef aquariums: floating reef support structures that are mounted to well hidden anchor points. This allows shelves and fingers of coral to reach out over expanses of unfettered substrate underneath....

  • Mystery Species - Can You ID This Fish

    Mystery Species - Can You ID This Fish

    Author Scott Michael says it's a great fish (and anemone) to know for the reefkeeper ready to move beyond keeping Nemo....

  • Dr. Daphne Fautin (1946-2021)

    Dr. Daphne Fautin (1946-2021)

    Dr. Daphne G. Fautin, an invertebrate zoologist who pioneered research into sea anemones and their symbiotic associations with anemonefishes, died March 12, 2021 in Medford, Oregon...

  • Neptune Unveils GRO Refugium Light

    Neptune Unveils GRO Refugium Light

    The Neptune Systems GRO is a specialized, 20W LED light designed to grow many types of common macroalgaes in a refugium. GRO designed to be placed close to the water's surface for evenly distributed lighting that maximizes growth while eliminating hot spots and spillover....

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  • MACNA 2022: Gathering and Growing, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    The 2022 Marine Aquarium Conference of North America (MACNA) is scheduled, in-person, for September 9th through 11th in centrally-located Milwaukee, Wisconsin!

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  • MACNA 2021 Going Virtual

    Due to ongoing pandemic concerns, the Marine Aquarium Conference of North America (MACNA) will again be held as a virtual event in 2021, with a plan to return to an in-person format in 2022.

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  • PIJAC UPDATE: Zebra Mussel Problem Growing in Scope

    Invasive zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) have now been confirmed as contaminants in marimo moss balls in at least 12 states. It appears that contaminated marimo balls were imported from Ukraine, and distributed to pet shops nationwide.

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  • Invasive Zebra Mussels Reported in Marimo Moss Balls

    Stopping the spread of the invasive zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, may no longer just be a concern for boaters and fishermen. The culprit? Marimo moss balls…

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  • SAVES Act Proposes ESA Amendment

    New federal legislation before Congress would change the US Endangered Species Act to end the practice of listing species that are not native to the United States. This would, according to some observers in the aquarium trade, help eliminate problems with captive-bred fishes from becoming entangled in ESA regulations.

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