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UltraMarine Magazine Issue 29 Back Issue

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John Clipperton examines the ‘magical’ fairy wrasses in Fishes in Focus and Bob Fenner gives us the low-down on an invaluable tool for aquarium health in REDOX.
Editor Richard Aspinall introduces more UltraMarine readers’ tanks, and also has a behind-the-scenes tour at The Deep, in Hull.
Sonny Haraljy tells us why he calls what reefers produce ‘living art’, and invites us to his beautiful art exhibition, while Richard Smith explores the black and white life of the Banggai cardinalfish, and Simon Garratt explains how to cycle the new system and add its first inhabitants in the third part of Successful Reef Aquariums.
In another look at the less-well-known inhabitants of the marine environment, James Fatherree takes a look at those tricky-to-keep creatures, the Feathery Tube Worms, and John Clipperton walks us through Part 1 of his reef revamp in Reef Restorations, and Scott Fellman walks us through Part 3 of his Rocking with Rubble series, adding fishes and invertebrates to the rubble zone biotope.
There are also our regular features – Marine News, full of the latest news from the marine world, and Questions & Answers—one of our most popular features—where our marine expert, Bob Fenner, answers a selection of marine queries posed by readers.
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UltraMarine Magazine

Issue 29 John Clipperton examines the ‘magical’ fairy wrasses in Fishes in Focus and Bob Fenner gives us the low-down on an invaluable tool for aquarium health in REDOX. Editor Richard Aspinall introduces more UltraMarine readers’ tanks, and also has a behind-the-scenes tour at The Deep, in Hull. Sonny Haraljy tells us why he calls what reefers produce ‘living art’, and invites us to his beautiful art exhibition, while Richard Smith explores the black and white life of the Banggai cardinalfish, and Simon Garratt explains how to cycle the new system and add its first inhabitants in the third part of Successful Reef Aquariums. In another look at the less-well-known inhabitants of the marine environment, James Fatherree takes a look at those tricky-to-keep creatures, the Feathery Tube Worms, and John Clipperton walks us through Part 1 of his reef revamp in Reef Restorations, and Scott Fellman walks us through Part 3 of his Rocking with Rubble series, adding fishes and invertebrates to the rubble zone biotope. There are also our regular features – Marine News, full of the latest news from the marine world, and Questions & Answers—one of our most popular features—where our marine expert, Bob Fenner, answers a selection of marine queries posed by readers.


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John Clipperton examines the ‘magical’ fairy wrasses in Fishes in Focus and Bob Fenner gives us the low-down on an invaluable tool for aquarium health in REDOX.
Editor Richard Aspinall introduces more UltraMarine readers’ tanks, and also has a behind-the-scenes tour at The Deep, in Hull.
Sonny Haraljy tells us why he calls what reefers produce ‘living art’, and invites us to his beautiful art exhibition, while Richard Smith explores the black and white life of the Banggai cardinalfish, and Simon Garratt explains how to cycle the new system and add its first inhabitants in the third part of Successful Reef Aquariums.
In another look at the less-well-known inhabitants of the marine environment, James Fatherree takes a look at those tricky-to-keep creatures, the Feathery Tube Worms, and John Clipperton walks us through Part 1 of his reef revamp in Reef Restorations, and Scott Fellman walks us through Part 3 of his Rocking with Rubble series, adding fishes and invertebrates to the rubble zone biotope.
There are also our regular features – Marine News, full of the latest news from the marine world, and Questions & Answers—one of our most popular features—where our marine expert, Bob Fenner, answers a selection of marine queries posed by readers.
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