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A new report shows that no-take zones in Belize can not only help economically valuable species such as lobster, conch, and fish recover from overfishing, but may also help re-colonize nearby reef areas. According to past studies, the recovery of lobster, conch, and other exploited species within marine protected areas with no-take zones, or fully protected reserves, could take as little as 1-6 years. Full recovery of exploited species, however, could take decades.

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No, this isn’t a huge oil slick off the coast of La Jolla Shores in San Diego as some might have guessed. Rather a massive Anchovy Shoal formed and they spend their time “munching on plankton and smaller fish and doubtless admiring its own very sexy silver stripe.” Apparently, A current “La Niña” pattern of

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After our unplanned week off we return to talk about seahorses, screen tops, cooling tanks in summer, and a new overflow kit. Download the podcast here, or subscribe to our podcasts at iTunes. Also, follow us on Twitter at reefthreads.—Gary … Continue reading

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The Mile High MACNA in Denver this year is shaping up to be very rich on content as evidenced by a prodigious list of speaker presentations. MACNA has just released the final lineup of speakers which not only will include top academics in the fields related to marine sciences, but will also include a whole

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The Lakers Scroll Coral is a popular strain of Turbinaria which is enjoyed by many American reefers for its unique color and for being one of the only “domesticated” strains of Turbinaria that reef aquarists readily recognize. Being so familiar with this coral in captivity made it all that much more special when we encountered a nice

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If you’re near Liverpool and start walking around in a deserted area in the middle of the night you might stumble across an abandoned warehouse glowing blue. Inside you’ll see a ridiculous amount of live jellyfish floating around peacefully. What is it? Art. Walter Hugo and Zoniel opened the setup several weeks ago and told

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Avast Marine Barrel Tender is looking to take the hassle out of refilling your RO/DI water reservoir. The Avast Marine Tender utilized a pair of reliable pressure sensors and a smart control unit to start making more water when your RO/DI reservoir is nearly empty and automatically shut it off before it hits the top.

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If you have an “exploding aquarium” accident, it’s usually very bad news for the owner of the aquarium, and the animals living inside it. On another note, many of us have “legacy” aquarium gear including old tank which are barely even worth using as a water vat. For anyone who’s ever wondered what it’d be

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