• CORAL March/April 2015 Issue Preview

    CORAL March/April 2015 Issue Preview

    Gracing the cover is a quintessentially curious dwarf angelfish, in this case a naturally occurring hybrid known as the “Tigerpyge” (Centropyge eibli x C. flavissima) a fish photographed and kept by "Lemon"Tea Yi Kai. Background: Mycedium elephantosus, Werner Fiedler...

  • Hawaii Fisheries Bills Update — February 25

    Hawaii Fisheries Bills Update — February 25

    “It’s not that we’re against regulation,” one aquarium fisher told CORAL on condition of anonymity. “We just want fisheries management decisions to be made by fisheries managers whose job it is to understand and manage the fishery.”...

  • EXCLUSIVE: GloFish® Introduces

    EXCLUSIVE: GloFish® Introduces "High Contrast" Electric Green Barb

    The latest permutation of GloFish®, the Striped Electric Green Barb is the fully-striped, non-albino, transgenic fluorescent green form of the Tiger Barb (Puntigrus tetrazona). ...

  • CORAL Video: Paul Hallmark's Coldwater Reef

    CORAL Video: Paul Hallmark's Coldwater Reef

    Take a look at the densely populated and thriving coldwater reef aquarium of Paul Hallmark....

  • Denise Nielsen Tackett, 1947-2015

    Denise Nielsen Tackett, 1947-2015

    It is with profound sadness that CORAL Magazine announces the death of Denise Nielsen Tackett, 67, a long-time senior contributor and one of the world's most-respected photographers of undersea marine life....

  • CORAL BONUS: The Role of Captive Propagation in Clownfish Preservation (Part 7)

    CORAL BONUS: The Role of Captive Propagation in Clownfish Preservation (Part 7)

    By virtue of simply being aquarists, we have the power to promote and perpetuate the natural biodiversity which exists in the world. Often times, this occurs unintentionally, while other times it is the dedicated aquarist making a conscious effort to bring a conservation ethic directly into their daily aquari...

  • Outcome of Hawaii Diver Altercation

    Outcome of Hawaii Diver Altercation

    Commercial fisherman Jay Lovell pled no contest last week to charges brought against him based on the most public altercation between aquarium fishers and anti-aquarium trade activists in years in Hawaii’s contentious aquarium fishery....

  • Beyond Symbiosis: Cleaner Shrimp Clean Up in Culture

    Beyond Symbiosis: Cleaner Shrimp Clean Up in Culture

    Not only do Cleaner Shrimp, Lysmata amboinensis, remove parasites from their hosts; they also help control parasites in the aquarium environment....

  • Friday Photospread: Steatocranus tinanti Feeding With Bonus Video

    Friday Photospread: Steatocranus tinanti Feeding With Bonus Video

    Sumer Tiwari talks about Steatocranus tinanti, a beautiful dwarf cichlid species from West Africa. Fast flowing water and sand substrate are two main things to keep in mind while setting their tank. They love to eat meaty food and are very territorial....

  • ‘Ruby Seadragon,’ new species found by Scripps

    ‘Ruby Seadragon,’ new species found by Scripps

    Mysterious red fish emerges from museum collections...

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  • CORAL March/April 2015 Issue Preview

    Gracing the cover is a quintessentially curious dwarf angelfish, in this case a naturally occurring hybrid known as the “Tigerpyge” (Centropyge eibli x C. flavissima) a fish photographed and kept by “Lemon”Tea Yi Kai. Background: Mycedium elephantosus, Werner Fiedler

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  • Hawaii Fisheries Bills Update — February 25

    “It’s not that we’re against regulation,” one aquarium fisher told CORAL on condition of anonymity. “We just want fisheries management decisions to be made by fisheries managers whose job it is to understand and manage the fishery.”

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  • CORAL Video: Paul Hallmark's Coldwater Reef

    Take a look at the densely populated and thriving coldwater reef aquarium of Paul Hallmark.

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  • Denise Nielsen Tackett, 1947-2015

    It is with profound sadness that CORAL Magazine announces the death of Denise Nielsen Tackett, 67, a long-time senior contributor and one of the world’s most-respected photographers of undersea marine life.

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  • CORAL BONUS: The Role of Captive Propagation in Clownfish Preservation (Part 7)

    By virtue of simply being aquarists, we have the power to promote and perpetuate the natural biodiversity which exists in the world. Often times, this occurs unintentionally, while other times it is the dedicated aquarist making a conscious effort to bring a conservation ethic directly into their daily aquaristic pursuits.

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