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July 2011

Nano-Reef Aquariums: Part 2
Here are some tips to help you have better success with your nano-reef aquarium. More>>
By Scott W. Michael

Three Aquarium Mormyrids
These intelligent fish, with electrical capabilities, are for advanced hobbyists looking to add interest and challenge to their hobby. More>>
By Iggy Tavares, Ph.D.



Ripariums: A New Type of Planted Tank
Fish and marginal aquatic plants come together perfectly in these creative, beautiful setups. More>>
By Devin Biggs

Keep Your Cool With a Pacific Aquarium
Get ready for a more challenging tank with coolwater Pacific species from the California coast. Bonus Content>>
By Bob Fenner

The Moonlight Gourami's Understated Beauty
These gouramis are a sight to see once in a display tank. More>>
By David A. Lass

NEC Convention
Check out some of the hobbyists who attended the 36th annual Northeast Council of Aquarium Societies Convention. More>>
By Clay Jackson

Reading Fish Body Language
Learn to interpret what your fish may be telling you. More>>
By Jonathan E. Freedman, Ph.D.

Battery Backup for Aquariums
Battery backups are good insurance for power outages, but how should you choose one for your aquarium? More>>
By Leslie R. Morris

Make Your Own Aquarium Divider
It’s easy to make an opaque DIY aquarium divider water can flow through. More>>
By Stephen G. Noble

Diagnosing Dropsy
Learn to recognize whether your fish have dropsy or some other malady. More>>
By Mary E. Sweeney

Giant Clam Basics
Tridacnids are beautiful and don’t often need to be fed — isn’t it time you add one to your reef? Bonus Content>>
By Barry Neigut

How to Prevent Fry-Eating
TrWhen it comes to keeping angelfish and discus from eating eggs and fry, it’s all about the habitat. More>>
By Don Scheer

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