• VIDEO: Ted Judy’s 2016 Colombia Expedition, Ep. 6

    VIDEO: Ted Judy’s 2016 Colombia Expedition, Ep. 6

    As the team deals with rain swollen rivers, they turn to tiny waters that yield tetras, Apistogramma, and other discoveries....

  • Great Barrier Grief

    Great Barrier Grief

    The bleaching is part of a circumtropical event affecting the world’s coral reefs now extending into its second year. Experts from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority alongside researchers from the Australian Institute of Marine Science have started flying over the Reef between Townsville and Cairn...

  • AMAZONAS Magazine “Beguiling Gobies” Inside Look

    AMAZONAS Magazine “Beguiling Gobies” Inside Look

    The May/June 2017 Issue of AMAZONAS Magazine is printed and now on its way to print magazine subscribers, local aquarium shops, and most Barnes & Noble bookstores....

  • Keeping Blind Cave Fishes (or not)

    Keeping Blind Cave Fishes (or not)

    While cave fishes may seem like blind, curious creatures from another world, many of us in the aquarium hobby had our first encounter with the strange world of subterranean fishes when we saw real, live examples in our local aquarium shop....

  • VIDEO: Ted Judy’s 2016 Colombia Expedition, Ep. 5

    VIDEO: Ted Judy’s 2016 Colombia Expedition, Ep. 5

    Persistence in the face of uncooperative conditions tends to pay off, as Ted Judy demonstrates in the fifth installment of his Colombian fish expedition video series....

  • Subterranean Aquatic Life

    Subterranean Aquatic Life

    The denizens of cave rivers represent an odd and fascinating community of organisms—lack of eyes and pigment in many species creates bizarre, alien-looking life forms. ...

  • CORAL Excerpt: A Walt Smith Vision: Restoring the Reefs of Fiji

    CORAL Excerpt: A Walt Smith Vision: Restoring the Reefs of Fiji

    Walt Smith International recently announced that they are launching fundraising efforts to support a reef restoration initiative; the goals are clear and can be achieved....

  • Melev's Reef Explains Phosphate RX

    Melev's Reef Explains Phosphate RX

    Don't be the reef aquarist who's ashamed of a tank's phosphate levels. Melev Reef's latest video tackles the problem head on without the use of GFO....

  • Foiling Phosphate: A Look at Lanthanum Chloride Use in the Aquarium

    Foiling Phosphate: A Look at Lanthanum Chloride Use in the Aquarium

    Look back to the introduction of lanthanum chloride as a phosphate reducer in marine reef aquariums, first discussed in CORAL Magazine in late 2009....

  • VIDEO: Ted Judy's 2016 Colombia Expedition, Ep. 4

    VIDEO: Ted Judy's 2016 Colombia Expedition, Ep. 4

    Watch how the exporters here pack fish to go out of the country, and learn a little more about how they handle Altum Angelfish [Pterophyllum altum]....

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  • Great Barrier Grief

    The bleaching is part of a circumtropical event affecting the world’s coral reefs now extending into its second year. Experts from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority alongside researchers from the Australian Institute of Marine Science have started flying over the Reef between Townsville and Cairns, looking for patches of stark white coral skeletons and estimating the extent of bleaching.

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  • CORAL Excerpt: A Walt Smith Vision: Restoring the Reefs of Fiji

    Walt Smith International recently announced that they are launching fundraising efforts to support a reef restoration initiative; the goals are clear and can be achieved.

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  • Tannin Aquatics Introduces New Products Supporting Project Piaba

    Aquatic specialty retailer Tannin Aquatics has announced the launch of several unique products with a percentage of each purchase going to support Project Piaba’s work in Brazil’s Rio Negro

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  • VIDEO: More from SECORE Project Mexico

    The SECORE Foundation has issued a large online report detailing their work at sexual propagation and coral reef restoration in Mexico.

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  • ¡Viva Baja! New Monterey Bay Aquarium Exhibit Looks South

    Just when you think the visual delights cannot get any more dazzling, you round the final corner and all the color drops away to reveal a perfectly simple display: a fat, round tank where hundreds of brilliant silver Lookdowns (Selene vomer) swim circles all day, their long flat noses bright against the tank’s calming, blue-lit interior.

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