Dr. Rossiter shares an interesting opinion on the private aquarist’s obsession with rare fish like the Peppermint Angelfish
This recent incident may either be an isolated event or the first episode in an entirely new kind of battle over Hawaii’s aquarium fishery. What happened is serious—deadly serious—and it should be addressed as such through legal means.
… the best recent example I have seen is a blog detailing an example of a large green anemone from the Pacific coast, shown here eating the carcass of what is identified as a common murre chick, much larger than itself.
Stunning footage of Peppermint and Narcosis Angelfish cohabitating in the wild.
Martin Moe brings back the Marine Aquarium Reference as a 5-volume eBook series.