As seen in the March/April 2019 Issue of CORAL Magazine, this coral belongs to a relatively obscure genus of Scleractinians. Can you name it?
Meet the Highfin Shrimpgoby, Cryptocentrus altipinna, which is found exclusively in the Indian Ocean, residing in seagrass beds with sandy-mud bottoms.
Last week’s CORAL Newsletter teased a beautiful “little red Corvette” of a mystery fish, this stunning bottom dweller from the intertidal zone, yet a fish few have likely seen or recognized.
Journalist Ret Talbot offers a “state of the coral reefs” and highlights research efforts to identify what can be saved in the face of worsening conditions for coral reefs.
With a few easy steps, glass polishing with cerium oxide powder restores the transparency of a glass aquarium damaged by etched haze.