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UltraMarine Magazine Issue 28 Back Issue

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15 Reviews   •  English   •   Family & Home (Animals & Pets)
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Alf Jacob Nilsen takes a closer look at the algae that we might encounter – on the reef and in our tanks – in Examining Algae, while in John Clipperton’s ever-expanding Fishes in Focus series, John examines the dartfishes, and Richard Aspinall brings us a close-up of the most hardworking and undervalued residents of our tanks in The Humble Hermit.
In Part 2 of The Successful Reef Aquarium, Simon Garratt considers the type of system we might want to run, be it fish only, a mixed reef incorporating fish, soft corals, LPS corals and SPS corals, or a more specialized reef aimed more towards one particular group of animals or specific biotope.
In Praise of the 'Beauty' by Richard Aspinall looks at the coral beauty, while in the first of what we hope will be many articles for UltraMarine Magazine, Richard Smith ‘suffers’ to bring us news of the amazing Pygmy Seahorses, and Bob Fenner brings us an example in Part 9 of Successfully Keeping Small Systems.
Finally, Scott Fellman brings us Part 2 of Rocking with Rubble, describing the replication of a rubble zone in the aquarium, and of course we have 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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Issue 28 Alf Jacob Nilsen takes a closer look at the algae that we might encounter – on the reef and in our tanks – in Examining Algae, while in John Clipperton’s ever-expanding Fishes in Focus series, John examines the dartfishes, and Richard Aspinall brings us a close-up of the most hardworking and undervalued residents of our tanks in The Humble Hermit. In Part 2 of The Successful Reef Aquarium, Simon Garratt considers the type of system we might want to run, be it fish only, a mixed reef incorporating fish, soft corals, LPS corals and SPS corals, or a more specialized reef aimed more towards one particular group of animals or specific biotope. In Praise of the 'Beauty' by Richard Aspinall looks at the coral beauty, while in the first of what we hope will be many articles for UltraMarine Magazine, Richard Smith ‘suffers’ to bring us news of the amazing Pygmy Seahorses, and Bob Fenner brings us an example in Part 9 of Successfully Keeping Small Systems. Finally, Scott Fellman brings us Part 2 of Rocking with Rubble, describing the replication of a rubble zone in the aquarium, and of course we have 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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Alf Jacob Nilsen takes a closer look at the algae that we might encounter – on the reef and in our tanks – in Examining Algae, while in John Clipperton’s ever-expanding Fishes in Focus series, John examines the dartfishes, and Richard Aspinall brings us a close-up of the most hardworking and undervalued residents of our tanks in The Humble Hermit.
In Part 2 of The Successful Reef Aquarium, Simon Garratt considers the type of system we might want to run, be it fish only, a mixed reef incorporating fish, soft corals, LPS corals and SPS corals, or a more specialized reef aimed more towards one particular group of animals or specific biotope.
In Praise of the 'Beauty' by Richard Aspinall looks at the coral beauty, while in the first of what we hope will be many articles for UltraMarine Magazine, Richard Smith ‘suffers’ to bring us news of the amazing Pygmy Seahorses, and Bob Fenner brings us an example in Part 9 of Successfully Keeping Small Systems.
Finally, Scott Fellman brings us Part 2 of Rocking with Rubble, describing the replication of a rubble zone in the aquarium, and of course we have 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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