Jellyfish – Hard Copy Preview – CORAL Magazine May / June 2015 Issue
04 May, 2015
The cover of Jellyfish, our feature for the May/June 2015 issue of CORAL Magazine
The CORAL Magazine May/June 2015 Table of Contents
International Editor Daniel Knop writes about the dizzying array of tank options now available to reef hobbyists, and points readers to a special online bonus feature from the original German language Koralle.
In Memoriam – James Lawrence dedicates the Editor’s page to remembrances of Denise Neilsen Tackett, as told by her husband Larry D. Tackett.
Get the full inside story on Biota’s aquacultured Clown Triggerfishes, exclusively in CORAL Magazine! Larval rearing details will surprise anyone with a passing knowledge of marine fish breeding.
A&M Aquatics kicks off this issue’s Rarities section with a look at the Blackfoot Lionfish, Parapterois heterura.
Our cover feature starts with “In the Scypho-Zone” by Ronald L. Shimek, Ph.D, giving readers an in-depth look at Sea Jellies / Jellyfishes / Jellies!
Beyond the Moon Jellyfish: Matt Pedersen and Dr. Toshihiro Yoshida look at an array of species suitable for home aquarium care in “My First Jellyfish”.
“Are we entering an age of jellies, or is this just a fad?” Ret Talbot brings us the story of Jellyfish Art and the people behind this changing and growing company.
Jay Hemdal discusses the “Rock stars of the public aquarium world” in his article about the Pacific Sea Nettle exhibit at the Toledo Zoo.
You may have seen Brandon Rutherford’s blogs about reef tanks at school. Introducing his first print contribution to CORAL, “A Classroom Jelly Tank.”
We promised more Dwarf Angelfish content continuing from our prior issue; Dr. Dieter Brockmann examines the question, “‘Reef Safe’, or not?”
CORAL contributor Than Thein takes a fresh look at Maxi-Mini Anemones in our newest issue of CORAL Magazine.
Our Aquarium Portrait looks at the 200-gallon reef aquarium of Christian Euler.
Daniel Knop considers “The Deal with Nutrients” in our latest installment of Reefkeeping 101.
The “Poison Goby,” better known in the US as the Citron Goby, is Daniel Knop’s suggestion for a beginner’s fish in this issue’s Reefkeeping 101.
Another goby graces our pages this issue, as Daniel Knop looks at the stunning Spotted Dwarfgoby, Eviota guttata.
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Ronald Shimek, Ph.D., contemplates the Anthropocene: The age of human consequences and disappearing coral reefs.
Our Reef Life closing image pays homage to the late Denise Neilsen Tackett. Read more about this image on page 102 of the May/June 2015 CORAL Magazine.