CORAL Magazine Table of Contents Nov/Dec 2014

07 Nov, 2014

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NEMO’S END?
VOLUME 11, NUMBER 6

6     Letter From Europe by Daniel Knop
11     Editor’s Page by James M. Lawrence
12     Reef News
24     Rarities – CORAL staff report

FEATURE ARTICLES
32     A Farewell to Nemo? Could the Endangered Species Act end the trade in aquarium corals—and even common clownfishes? Marine aquarists face a new era of historical challenges. by Ret Talbot
44     Clownfish Diversity: A treasure & a challenge  by Matt Pedersen
48     Revisiting the Wild Side – A guide to the known anemonefish species found in nature by Scott W. Michael
62     Polyp Fiction – Is it time to retire our confusing pseudo-scientific terminology for “SPS” and “LPS” stony corals?  by Than Thein with images by Ben Clark
70     Amphipods by Ronald L. Shimek, Ph.D.
87     Breeding Crustaceans, Part 2 – Rearing decopod crustaceans in the aquarium by Till Deuss, M.Sc.
93     DIY larval trap – Make a larval trap from a yogurt container by Torsten Schmidt
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99     Reefkeeping 101: Aquarium algae species and their ecological niches: Part 3 by Daniel Knop; Multicolor Angelfish by Daniel Knop
105     Species Spotlight: The Sohal Surgeonfish by Daniel Knop
112     CORAL Sources: Outstanding aquarium shops
114     Coralexicon: Technical terms that appear in this issue
116     Advanced Aquatics: Species globalization: the movement of exotic marine aquarium livestock around the world by Jay Hemdal
128     Advertiser Index
130     Reef Life: by Denise Nielsen Tackett and Larry P. Tackett

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