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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Welcome to one of the world's leading marine specialist magazines. UltraMarine caters for all aspects of the marine fish hobby, from absolute beginner to the most advanced aquarist.

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UltraMarine Magazine  |  Issue 36  


Richard & Angie Aspinall look behind the scenes at the Sea Life London Aquarium, while Katy Duke & Tim Hayes look at what can be done to prevent the continuing problem of fish that grow too large for private aquariums.
In Our Swiss Panorama, Nigel Tracey gives us a comprehensive look at his very special SPS system and takes us on a reefing road trip.
On the captive breeding front, Alex Arlett-Johnson looks at the issues involved in getting fish together in 'that special way', while Richard Aspinall talks to Todd Gardner, from New York’s Long Island Aquarium, about captive breeding in general and the breeding of basslets in particular.
In his continuing series on Getting the Basics Right, David Wolfenden tells us what the 'important elements are', and just what makes them so important, and John Clipperton's Fishes in Focus article features the show-stopping Dragonets of the Callyonimidae.
On environmental issues, Kate Wilson from the Marine Conservation Society, shares her concerns for British Sea Life. Richard gets his hands on the brand new Kessil A350/A350W lighting system, and doesn't want to give it back, and Dr Dave Ellis shares his love of the endlessly fascinating and fantastic algae.
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, David Wolfenden, answers a selection of marine queries posed by readers.
Welcome to one of the world's leading marine specialist magazines. UltraMarine caters for all aspects of the marine fish hobby, from absolute beginner to the most advanced aquarist.

UltraMarine's outstanding images and inspirational content will leave you full of ideas for your own aquarium, and will be an essential tool in guiding you through new set-ups, maintenance, stocking and equipment choices, and tank health.


Our inspiration stems from a wide appreciation beyond the borders of our marine tanks, often tackling issues surrounding oceanography so that we can better understand our captive environments.


Our contributors boast a level of knowledge and experience second to none in the world, offering the reader new perspectives and insights into the hobby.

This magazine gives you 84 PAGES of high quality articles and photography, from top quality contributors.
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year UltraMarine Magazine magazine subscription.

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UltraMarine Magazine   |   Issue 36   


Richard & Angie Aspinall look behind the scenes at the Sea Life London Aquarium, while Katy Duke & Tim Hayes look at what can be done to prevent the continuing problem of fish that grow too large for private aquariums.
In Our Swiss Panorama, Nigel Tracey gives us a comprehensive look at his very special SPS system and takes us on a reefing road trip.
On the captive breeding front, Alex Arlett-Johnson looks at the issues involved in getting fish together in 'that special way', while Richard Aspinall talks to Todd Gardner, from New York’s Long Island Aquarium, about captive breeding in general and the breeding of basslets in particular.
In his continuing series on Getting the Basics Right, David Wolfenden tells us what the 'important elements are', and just what makes them so important, and John Clipperton's Fishes in Focus article features the show-stopping Dragonets of the Callyonimidae.
On environmental issues, Kate Wilson from the Marine Conservation Society, shares her concerns for British Sea Life. Richard gets his hands on the brand new Kessil A350/A350W lighting system, and doesn't want to give it back, and Dr Dave Ellis shares his love of the endlessly fascinating and fantastic algae.
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, David Wolfenden, answers a selection of marine queries posed by readers.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year UltraMarine Magazine magazine print subscription.
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