“When bleaching reduces coral cover on the reefs, it creates large areas of newly barren surfaces,”
Leptastrea is a genus of encrusting reefbuilding stony corals from the Indo-Pacific. Previously assigned to the family Faviidae, it has been moved to uncertain status, Scleractinia incertae sedis, based on DNA testing.
Dazzling in its profusion of colors and fascinating life forms, the coral reef displays some of the richest assemblages of biodiversity on Earth and captivates underwater naturalists, divers, snorkelers, and marine aquarists alike.
The second-generation Jelly Cylinder 5 offers several feature improvements over the prior iteration of the 5-gallon jellyfish cylinder aquarium.
After patiently awaiting to ensure the unique coloration wasn’t a fluke, a consistently low-level occurrence of white-finned Gramma dejongi at Biota Aquariums ensures their introduction into the aquarium hobby.