A blurry, decade-old video of a rare angelfish variant resurfaces, and questions are raised anew. Is this a new species awaiting recognition, or something else?
If you want to try your hand at breeding marine fish, the fangblennies may be the ideal choice for every aspiring marine ornamental fish breeder. Find out why.
s Than Thein was about to trash-talk the practice of giving corals catchy cultivar names and sky-high price tags that may, or may not, be justified!
Thursday, December 2nd, CORAL Editor Matt Pedersen interviewed Keith Berkelhamer, founder of ReefBum LLC and author of our November/December 2021 Aquarium Portrait. You can read a FREE full excerpt covering Keith’s 187-gallon reef aquarium, and then dive even deeper in the 2-hour live stream.
A few smaller test shipments of these aquacultured corals have already arrived in the United States and were distributed from the Biota Aquariums facility in Florida. Currently, Biota’s culture efforts are focused on Acorpora; hobbyists can expect varieties in several classic growth forms described as staghorn, bottlebrush, tabling, and bushy.