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David Fleshler
Source: Sun Sentinel
October 16, 2011

"A plan to limit fishing and boating at Biscayne National Park is sparking major controversy as recreational interests clash with the park's attempt to protect coral, sea grass and reef fish.

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Posted in CORAL.org category
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It’s no secret that we are currently enjoying a crush on a veteran aquarium fish, the eight-inch yellow belly blue tang that we first spotted at Marine Designs in Suwanee, Georgia. The personality of this old aquarium fish and the unique coloration was too much to resist and the yellow belly blue tang is now [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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It is intuitive and obvious that an animal as large as a whale would be important to marine ecosystems when they are alive, requiring tons of food per day to stay alive, but the body of a whale is just as long lived when it dies. Nothing is wasted in nature, and this is even [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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The Fluval EDGE 46L is the first addition to the line of six-sided aquariums from Hagen. The original six gallon, 23 liter EDGE has been widely praised for its unique design which has been used to build innumerable stylish little nano aquariums, and even a few of them reef tanks. The new 46L Fluval EDGE [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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Bird's nest coral is common throughout the Indo-Pacific and is able to live across a range of depths. New research used genetic and photosynthetic analysis to demonstrate that the genetic differences between both bird's nest corals and their algal symbionts, which provide energy for the corals to survive, reflect adaptations to the different environmental conditions encountered at different depths.

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Posted in ScienceDaily.com category
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This just in from Reef Culture Technologies –  ”At this time we are proud to announce the first ever captive rearing of the Cherub angelfish, Centropyge argi, and the Crosshatch triggerfish, Xanthichthys mento. These species were raised as part of our research and will not be available through RCT Direct (this website).” So while we take that to mean [...]

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In this week’s podcast we welcome special guests Rich Ross and Matt Wandell of the Steinhart Aquarium at the California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco. Listen to this special podcast to learn about this excellent aquarium and the roles Matt … Continue reading

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Posted in ReefThreads.com category
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Captive bred flame angelfish are so real they’re already being flaunted for sale at the Backer trade show in Chicago of all places. Who would have thought that we would see evidence for successfully raised pygmy angelfishes not once, but twice in one week – first it was the captive bred Caribbean pygmy angelfish from [...]

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Posted in Reefbuilders.com category
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