At MACNA 25 in Denver, the potential for the new ICP-OES aquarium water testing by Triton Lab in Germany made many saltwater hobbyists swoon.
When one thinks of coral reefs, images of gin clear, nutrient poor blue water spring to mind.
As one of the largest families of marine fishes with over 500 species, it is not surprising that wrasses have cemented their place in the aquarium trade.
The Endangered Species Act (ESA) is the Nation’s most effective conservation legislation.
If there is but one thing about these animals that never fails to capture the attention of aquarists, it is their vivid coloration.
If you can keep a reef tank thriving, then you can keep dwarf cuttlefish with ease.
Access to accurate, scientifically based information is critical for hobbyists in effectively dealing with the host of maladies that beset marine fishes in captivity.