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July 2012
July 2012

Marine Symbiosis
There are many types of symbiotic relationships in the ocean, and you can even view some in your home aquarium. More>>
By Scott W. Michael

Marine Aquariums at Home and Abroad
Both in the United States and Europe, hobbyists display stunning marine aquariums. More>>
By Iggy Tavares, Ph.D.

Marine High
An exceptional high school program in Iowa is getting kids interested in marine and aquarium science. Bonus Content>>
By Rosalie Henson

An Atypical Nano
This nano tank with no sandbed is a small, atypical beauty. More>>
By Bob Goemans

House Versus Reef Aquarium
How did one man balance family, work and keeping up with a 450-gallon reef tank — all while doing a complete home remodel? Bonus Content>>
By Drew Wetherholt

From Gulf Stream to Aquarium
When the Gulf Stream current sweeps fish eggs and larvae up the coast, New Yorkers can collect young Caribbean fish. More>>
By Steve Abrams

  • Editor’s Corner
  • Flotsam & Jetsam
  • Freshwater Q&A
    By Mike Wickham
  • The Aquabotanist
    By Stephen G. Noble 
  • Reef Aquarist
    By J. Charles Delbeek, M.Sc.
  • Adventures in Fish Breeding
    By Mike Hellweg
  • Fresh Fish
    By Jim Walters
  • FishKidz
    By David A. Lass
  • Saltwater Q&A
    By Scott W. Michael
  • Species Profile: Clown Triggerfish
    By Steven Bitter
  • Aquatic Maestro
    By Paul Speice
  • Wet Vet
    By Mark A. Mitchell, D.V.M., Ph.D.
  • Sandmail
    By Bob Goemans
  • Popular Freshwater Tropicals
    By Iggy Tavares, Ph.D.  
  • The Mariculturist
    By Tim Hayes
  • Freshwater Forum
    By Jeffrey C. Howe
  • In the Fish Room
    By David A. Lass
  • Aquabits
  • Aquarist's Notebook: Nonaquatic Plants/Aquarist of the Month
  • Product Showcase
  • Livestock Section (Wholesale Only)
  • Online Marketplace
  • Dealer & Classified Advertising
  • Aquarium Clubs & Societies
  • Ad Index

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