CORAL Magazine New Issue “FROGFISHES” Inside Look
27 Feb, 2019
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CORAL Magazine‘s second issue for 2019 puts the spotlight on a group of fishes so adept at deception that you’d probably overlook them unless you knew exactly what to look for: the Frogfishes (or Anglers). Bestselling Reef Fishes author Scott W. Michael furnishes an overview and species-specific review of the charmingly cryptic predators, and by the end, you’ll be hard-pressed to not consider setting up a tank to showcase one of these fishes in your home collection.
The free-living, solitary-polyp plate corals of the family Fungiidae are a fascinating addition to the sandbed of the modern reef aquarium. Renowned author and aquarist Robert M. Fenner shares everything you need to know before selecting one (or more) to add to your tank. And if that dream tank of yours might approach a volume of several thousand gallons, you won’t want to miss Werner Hoffman’s Evolution of a Mega Home-Reef, our AQUARIUM PORTRAIT for the issue.
An “Easy” Coral for Sexual Propagation?
The asexual propagation of corals through fragmentation has become the norm for coral aquaculture, but is it really the best way forward? Sexual coral propagation could offer a new path forward for the aquarium industry, and researcher Samuel Nietzer introduces you to a peculiar stony coral species that would allow just about any aquarist to try their hand at breeding corals at home, pretty much any day of the week. If you’re into coral propagation, this is a must-have issue.
With travel to Raja Ampat, new and rare coral and fish features, exciting reef news, and fresh looks at classics like the Harlequin Tuskfish or how to best set up a sump, there is something for everyone in this new issue of CORAL Magazine. We invite you to dive in!
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