I-SEA: a new heavy-duty top-down viewing portal for your reef aquarium and frag tank, from Bashsea.
With the aquarium world still buzzing over the October 20th announcement of the world-first success in the captive culture of Zebrasoma flavescens, researchers at the Oceanic Institute of Hawaii Pacific University tell CORAL that their historic class of juveniles are continuing to develop and thrive.
A visual preview of highlights of CORAL’s November/December 2015 Issue. Paid CORAL Subscribers can log in with their email address and read the Digital Edition immediately.
This video left us dizzy, but it probably gives an accurate impression of visiting the Chatuchak Market in Bangkok, Thailand.
The newly described Caprivi Killifish, Nothobranchius capriviensis, is an iridescent species, electrifying when in full courtship mode, that is already known to killi fanciers but had previously been considered a variant of the Kafue Killifish, Nothobranchius kafuensis. Both annual killifishes are endemic in Namibia, East Africa in the Upper Zambezi River system.