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CORAL January/February 2014 Preview

CORAL launches in 2014 with cutting-edge look at seahorses: their captive breeding, husbandry, aquarium species guide, and an update on the status of seahorses in the wild.

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CORAL and AMAZONAS – Table of Contents Mission Complete!

The best news of all: The majority of these articles can be accessed through the Reef to Rainforest Back Issue Archives, in both print and digital formats.

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Leafy Sea Dragons Mating at Ocean Rider Seahorse Farm

A historic mating of Leafy Sea Dragons, Phycodurus eques, is reported by Ocean Rider Seahorse Farm in Hawaii

10 Apr 5:35 PM 2 Read More...

Arriving Soon: Tank-Raised African Freshwater Pipefish

The African Freshwater, or Dwarf Red Snout, Pipefish is exotic and rare enough that even expert aquarists assume it is more at home on a coral reef than in a clear freshwater stream 100 miles from the ocean. Now this sometimes brilliantly pigmented little species is being bred in captivity and is starting to enter the aquarium trade.

02 Apr 4:12 PM 2 Read More...

CORAL Magazine’s Captive Bred Marine Fish Species List for 2013

CORAL Magazine’s definitive captive-bred marine aquarium species list through 2012, compiled by MBI co-founder and marine fish breeder Tal Sweet.

03 Jan 12:25 PM 11 Read More...

Microcosm Titles & Authors

 

Reef Fishes Series
A Guide to Their Identification, Behavior and Captive Care
By Scott W. Michael

Reef Fishes Volume 1: Moray Eels, Seahorses & Anthias
Reef Fishes Volume 2: Basslets, Dottybacks & Hawkfishes
Reef Fishes Volume 3: Angelfishes & Butterflyfishes
Reef Fishes Volume 4: Damselfishes & Anemonefishes (2008)
Reef Fishes Volume 5: Wrasses & Parrotfishes (2008)
Reef Fishes Volume…

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CORAL Magazine Table of Contents May/Jun 2010

PYGMY SEAHORSES: Volume 7, Number 3

01 May 12:29 PM 0 Read More...

Online Odds and Ends

Public Aquarist Jay Hemdal covers a diverse range of fish health and husbandry topics in this “odds and ends” report.

04 Dec 12:39 PM 0 Read More...

A Response To “Crawling to Collapse”

It is with some dismay that I read the responses of Watson, Moe, Wittenrich and Young regarding the article, “Crawling to Collapse: Ecologically Unsound Ornamental Invertebrate Fisheries,” by Rhyne et al. (2009).

05 Apr 11:31 AM 1 Read More...

Green Aquariums – Why We Need Them

A broader awareness of the fragile beauty sheltered within coral reefs and rainforest streams can only increase the desire to protect them for future generations.

01 Jul 5:03 PM 0 Read More...