Posts Tagged ‘Leptastrea purpurea’

CORAL Mystery Species Answers

Leptastrea is a genus of encrusting reefbuilding stony corals from the Indo-Pacific. Previously assigned to the family Faviidae, it has been moved to uncertain status, Scleractinia incertae sedis, based on DNA testing.

13 Dec 12:38 PM 5 Read More...

Leptastrea purpurea: A model stony coral for research and captive breeding

The most astonishing and unique feature of L. purpurea is not, however, its apparent adaptability but its reproductive strategy.

06 Mar 4:14 PM 0 Read More...

Next Threshold: Sexual Culture of Aquarium Corals

We may be conjuring a vision, but there seems to be something in the air these days in the reefkeeping world. A moment of big change may soon be upon us, in this case something that could hardly have been imagined not so long ago.

06 Mar 1:25 PM 0 Read More...

CORAL Magazine New Issue “FROGFISHES” Inside Look

A preview of articles and images in the new issue of CORAL, The Reef & Marine Aquarium Magazine, March/April 2019.

27 Feb 1:42 PM 0 Read More...

CORAL Magazine Table of Contents March/April 2019

FROGFISHES: Volume 16, Number 2

21 Feb 2:22 PM 0 Read More...