Joe Yaiullo, “justjoe” in his online identity, is co-founder and curator of the Atlantis Marine World aquarium in Riverhead, New York. Unlike the curators of many public aquariums, however, Joe is also an ambitious coral-reef aquarist in his private life, and started as a hobbyist like thousands of others.
Public aquarist and author Jay Hemdal revisits Clownfish breeding with a copepod twist, using Tisbe sp. and Isochrysis in larval rearing.
Jay Hemdal attempts to recreate a laser size reference first seen on a deep submersible to create a more accurate way to measure aquarium inhabitants for growth studies and other purposes.
Featuring breakthrough information on the keeping of sea squirts (tunicates) by Daniel Knop, the July/August 2009 issue of CORAL is now printing
For many years, it was presumed that collection of reef fishes for the aquarium trade could never lead to the extinction of a species. That was before 1995…