Meet Lily Hwang, founder of Lily Ichthyology, a database for keeping track of freshwater species breeding efforts.
Few things are more frustrating than spending your hard-earned money on a protein skimmer that only produces clear skimmate or seemingly nothing at all. Tuning the air, water height, & pump speed can only help if the amount of bioload is within the range needed to sustain a stable skimmate head. So what do you do if you’re outside those limits?
A scientist at the University of Sydney and his colleagues have observed wild octopuses throwing silt, shells and algae underwater—sometimes hitting other cephalopods.
“The use of cyanide in aquarium fishery is largely a thing of the past and illegal in most source countries,” says Australian marine biologist Shane Willis…
This coral is commonly referred to as a plate coral in the aquarium hobby. Its scientific name has changed from Diaseris fragilis to Cycloseris fragilis.