CORAL Excerpt

Wallflowers of Science: The Genus Tubipora

Mozart once wrote in a letter to his father that the organ was the queen of all instruments. The organ pipe corals, although named after the pipe organ, possess no royal status; in fact, they are almost like wallflowers among the corals.

02 Jan 12:31 PM 0 Read More...

CORAL Magazine New Issue “MICRO REEFS” Inside Look

A preview of articles and images in the new issue of CORAL, The Reef & Marine Aquarium Magazine, January/February 2018.

28 Dec 3:46 PM 2 Read More...

Best Marine Fishes Project: Take the Survey!

Take our online survey to get your fishkeeping experiences included in the first major rating of species—for beginners to experts.

28 Dec 12:55 PM 0 Read More...

Bisma Worms: A Keeper’s Guide

Spirobranchus worms and their host corals are a beautiful addition to a reef aquarium if the hobbyist is able to provide proper husbandry to keep them thriving.

16 Nov 3:48 PM 1 Read More...

BNFFF (Best Non-Fish Friends Forever)

Initially, the worm was thought to obtain a permanent shelter from predation at a minor expense to the coral. However, experimental work has shown that the cost to the coral is minimal and that the worms can provide two quite significant benefits to the coral: First, the top of the calcareous operculum is secreted in the form of multiple sharp rays.

16 Nov 3:14 PM 0 Read More...