by Advanced Aquarist | Nov 23, 2020 | Advanced AquaristDue to the resemblance of Yoda's ears to the deep sea worms lips, researchers have named this new species Yoda purpurata.
by Davana | Jun 9, 2020 | Advanced AquaristI’m pleased to finish the relaunch of Advanced Aquarist as a Reefs.com publication. All the popular content is back, but reformatted for even better readability. We’ve also changed the search function, making it easier for you to find your favorite...
by Leonard Ho | Jun 21, 2018 | Advanced AquaristDear Carassius auratus, with all due respect, I think I might deserve your common name more than you do. Sincerely, Pethia sahit
by Leonard Ho | Jun 19, 2018 | Advanced AquaristThis chubby lil' guy is named Odontonia bagginsi. These shrimps live inside sea squirts and are currently only known from the coral reefs of Tidore, Indonesia.
by Leonard Ho | Jun 7, 2018 | Advanced AquaristEven fast-growing corals such as SPS only lay down millimeters of growth per day. The only way to see their growth "in action" is many weeks of photography stitched together in a time-lapse. Peter Kragh has done exactly this and shares his results.
by Leonard Ho | Jun 5, 2018 | Advanced AquaristFishes collected from deep waters require time-consuming decompression to bring them to the surface healthy and alive. Now a new invention called SubCAS - designed and first built by Matt Wandell! - allows divers to to safely and efficiently surface fishes within a pressurized chamber.