Maldanid polychaete in the genus Praxillura create tubes characterized by several long, thin extensions at the end, with a clear substance suspended between these extensions. They catch particulate matter, which the worm will later retrieve and consume…and that’s just the start of it!
Reef Video of the Year? You decide…
If there were an Academy Award for Short Reef Videos, our nominee this year would be a mesmerizing new release from Reef Patrol entitled The Night of the Tentacles by Vanessa Carr-Kerr. Turn down the lights, turn up the sound, and escape deep into a world of underwater fluorescence.
A preview of articles and images in the just-published issue of CORAL, The Reef & Marine Aquarium Magazine, November/December 2020.
Time for a water change? Cobalt can help!
via Cobalt Aquatics
Cobalt AQUA SPONGE MATS are the ultimate addition to your aquarium maintenance arsenal. The highly absorbent, dense microfiber material can absorb up to one gallon of water per five square feet. The bottom of the mat is coated with…
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