Farmed Tridacna maxima clams. Image by T. Lage.

CORAL’s November/December Issue

The last time CORAL featured Giant Clams the issue become one of the bestsellers in the history of the magazine, and today it is still one of the most-treasured collector’s items.

Tridacna clams are back, in a big, glorious holiday season issue, with a publication date of November 6th. Authors Dr. Gerald Heslinga, Daniel Knop, Dr. Bruce Carlson, and Dr. Hilly Ann Roa-Quoaoit provide a landmark look at the state of breeding and keeping Giant Clams.

Also in the issue:

Into the Banggai Triangle by Ret Talbot, Dr. Matt Wittenrich, Dr. Roy Yanong, Dr. Tom Waltzek, and their Indonesia Colleagues for a first-hand look at the home reefs and lagoons of Pterapogon kauderni
Hardy Gorgonians: Colorful photosynthetic species worth knowing by Colin Foord
Keeping Zebra Mantis Shrimp by Dr. Roy Caldwell
Forgotten Florida Fishes: A Breeder’s Notes by Matt Pedersen
• A look at Sarcothelia edmonsioni (Blue Soft Coral) by Daniel Knop
Phosphate control, mud filters, and much more

Publication Date: November 6, 2012
Materials Deadline: October 11, 2012 


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