CORAL’s planned cover for March/April 2017, Volume 14, Number 2. Crescent-tail Bigeye being groomed by a Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse.

MATERIALS DEADLINE:  Thursday, February 9

Don’t miss this outstanding issue! There is still plenty of time to reserve space, contact us today!

Mike Tuccinardi doing field research for Project Piaba.

Mike Tuccinardi, Advertising Sales Director
(781) 530-6766


As masters of our aquarium worlds, reefkeepers have the daily role of watching out for the health and wellbeing of the fishes, corals and other invertebrates in our captive systems.

CORAL’s exciting March/April 2017 Issue takes a fresh look at Reef Livestock Health with a feature section that includes:

• Do fish feel pain? What about invertebrates with tiny brains: do they have feelings we need to keep in mind?  Must-read, thought-provoking reading from scientists, not our friends at PETA.

• Diagnosing disease and dealing with parasites that can bring down fishes and corals, with hands-on practical ideas for preventive care and stopping aquarium disasters before they happen.

• Using biological cleaners to constantly patrol reef aquariums for pests that can attack and kill corals and fishes if allowed to proliferate.

Also forthcoming:

New fish imports from Mauritius are landing in Los Angeles: a look at what they are and why rare-fish lovers are so excited
Refractometers are now more affordable than ever: is it time to get one and learn how to use it for enhance test results?
Aquarium photography is undeniably more popular than ever before, and this popular series by Daniel Knop continues with a look at flash gear and tricks.

– PLUS: New fishes, new corals, new ideas for making the most of a marine aquarium, along with the aquarium trade’s latest products – all from the world’s leading saltwater-only aquarium magazine.

Materials Deadline for advertisers: Thursday, February 9th, 2017

Publication (On Sale) Date: March 7th, 2017

Don’t miss this outstanding issue!

Contact us today.

Mike Tuccinardi,
Advertising Sales Director
(781) 530-6766

Cover images: 
Crescent-tail Bigeye being groomed by a Bluestreak Cleaner Wrasse © Reinhard Dirscherl /
Background: Agaricia lamarcki, Werner Fiedler.


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