A landslide of 13 legislative measures that could significantly impact the aquarium fishery in Hawaiian waters was introduced in the state legislature in the week between opening day on January 16th and the cutoff deadline for new bills on January 24th. At least three of the measures—two senate bills and one house bill—seek to close the fishery in state waters, while several others not explicitly seeking to end the commercial aquarium fishery would most likely do just that if passed.
This proposed species White List of all species approved for aquarium collecting, was approved by the West Hawaii Fishery Council in September 2010
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.