Video of 150-gallon (570-L) reef aquarium running for two years with NP Bio Pellet filtration.
A window into a genetic process that allows some corals to withstand unusually high temperatures and may hold a key to species survival for organisms around the world.
Worth a look, although details about this thriving modestly sized 50-gallon (182-L) reef are sparse to non-existent. Tank measures 90 cm x 45 cm x 45 cm—35 in x 18 in x 18 in.
CORAL Magazine’s definitive captive-bred marine aquarium species list through 2012, compiled by MBI co-founder and marine fish breeder Tal Sweet.
Karen Brittain has achieved the first confirmed captive culture of Watanabe’s Angelfish, Genicanthus watanabei, spawned and reared successfully in Hawaii.