Posts Tagged ‘John E. Randall’

Four Years of New Eviota Dwarfgoby Species

David W. Greenfield and his colleagues have introduced several new species of Eviota dwarfgobies during the last four years.

25 Sep 8:33 AM 0 Read More...

CORAL New Issue “LEGACY FISHES” Inside Look

A preview of articles and images in the just-published issue of CORAL, The Reef & Marine Aquarium Magazine, July/August 2020.

03 Jul 8:45 AM 0 Read More...

Trophic Mobbing in Fishes

A description of the behaviors of reef fishes that form flash mobs to gain access to foods being guarded by other species.

25 Aug 10:49 AM 0 Read More...

Deepwater Reefs Yield Another Stunning New Anthias Species

Richard L. Pyle, Brian D. Greene, Joshua M. Copus, and John E. Randal name a new species of Tosanioides discovered in Micronesia.

02 Oct 7:13 PM 1 Read More...

Symbiosis in the Sea

The current scientific community generally agrees that if the warming of our planet from the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation continues, our coral reefs are doomed. The corals of the magnificent Great Barrier Reef of Australia are beginning to die, and the marine life that is dependent on them will likely perish along with them. While we still can, we should all work to better appreciate and study the many unknowns about the biology of coral reefs and the complexity of the webs of life they support.

15 Oct 12:12 PM 0 Read More...