A Field Guide to the Sun Corals
There are roughly 1300 species in this family, and it includes such common aquarium inhabitants as the scroll and cup corals of the genus Turbinaria, as well as Duncanopsammia.
LED Lighting Tests
The sales claims and media hype can make it difficult for aquarists to properly choose and select LEDs using quantitative metrics related to light output.
The Goldflake Angel: A True Beauty
There is no debate that the Goldflake is a jaw-droopingly beautiful fish, characterful, fairly easy to care for and a superb sight in any aquarium.
Skeptical Reefkeeping XIII
Is this hobby morally justifiable? Is it intrinsically good for, bad for, or indifferent to the interests of the fish involved?
Physiology of Coloration in Fishes
Few people who work with these animals, even fish biologists and professional aquarists, ever lose this special appreciation of them as “objects” of beauty.
Spawning of L. bewickensis
As corals go, Leptastrea bewickensis is not particularly attractive or conspicuous, yet its significance in Hawaiian reef ecosystems should not be diminished.
Fish Tales: With a Grain of Salt
You can’t always believe what you read on the internet, even if it is coming from a seemingly respectable, professional source.