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Steve's 65g Reef Tank photo
Steve's photo of his 65g Reef Tank, DIY cabinet and canopy which contains

Ted Chant's 58g Reef Tank photo
Ted Chant's 58g Reef Tank entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums October 2001 Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 8.

Tommy Davey's 60g Reef Tank photo
Tommy Davey's photo of his 60g Reef Tank, submitted for entry an an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Page 12.

Earl Coleman's 70g Hex Reef Tank
Earl Coleman's 70g Hex Reef Tank entry in the June 2000 Photo Contest. Page 4.

Peter Avery's 65g Reef Tank
Peter Avery's 65g Reef Tank photo entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums February 2005 Reef Tanks Photo Contest. Peter has a stunning variety of corals as well a a pair of White Stripe Maroon Clownfish in his tank. Page 3.

Mark & Jackie Paloviks' 58g Reef Tank
Mark & Jackie Paloviks' 58g Reef Tank is displayed in the Top 56 - 74g Reef Tank Photos Galler. It contains Mushrooms, Frog Spawn, Flower Pot Corals, Green Star Polyps, Two Percula Clowns, Toad Stool, Chili Pepper Coral, Colt Coral, Button Polyps, Christmas tree Worm Rock.. Page 2.

Chris Fanning's 45 gallon Reef Tank photo picture
Chris Fanning's 45g Reef Tank, 1st Place Grand Prize Winner June 2000 Photo Contest. Page 26.

Dave Wright's 50 gallon Reef Tank photo, picture
Dave Wright's mammoth Hammer Coral in his 50g Reef Tank. Page 34.

Denise Ivey's 40 gallon Reef Tank Photo, picture
Denise Ivey's photo of her 40g Reef Tank which contains LPS corals (Hammar, Frogspawn, Mushrooms), and an Elephant Ear, plus 2 Black Ocellaris Clowns, one Orange Ocellaris Clown and one Blue Devil Damsel. Page 20.

Dereck and Ashley Zielewicz's 46 gallon Bowfront Reef Tank photo, picture
Dereck and Ashley Zielewicz's 46g Bowfront Tank entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Page 30.

EJ's 50 gallon Reef Tank photo, picture
EJ's photo of his 50g Reef Tank, submitted for entry in an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. EJ's tank contains a number of Clownfish, a Banded Shark, Corals and Anemones. Page 33.

Eric & Loren Hofer 50 gallon Reef Tank photo, pictures'
Eric & Loren Hofers' photo of their 50g Reef Tank containing a terrific assortment of beautiful corals. Page 32.

Guy Sugahara's 45 gallon FO Tank photo picture
Guy Sugahara's 45g FO Tank is just getting started, but take a look at the variety of coral skeletons. Page 25.

Irene Robinson's 50 gallon Bowfront Reef Tank Photo, Picture
Irene Robinson's 50g Bowfront Reef Tank entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums May 2002 Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 35.

Jason Dobson's 46 gallon Reef Tank photo, picture
Jason Dobson's 46g Reef Tank entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums September 2002 Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 31.

Jeremy's 44 gallon Corner Octagon Reef Tank Photo, picture
Jeremy Brown's unique 44g Corner Octagon Reef Tank. Page 22.

Joey Gibb's 45 gallon TV Reef Tank photo, picture
Joey Gibb's photo of his ingenious 45g Reef Tank which he put in his Grandma's 1955 television. Page 23.

Josh's and Kelly's 46 gallon Bow Front Reef Tank photo, picture
Josh Facteau's and Kelly Clark's photo of their 46 gallon Bow Front Reef Tank. Page 27.

Phillip Pahl's 44 gallon Pentagon Reef Tank photo, picture
Phillip Pahl's 44g Pentagon Reef Tank entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 21.

Sammi Baker's Fish Only Tank photo, picture
Sammi Baker's F.O. tank photo. Check out the cabinet. Page 29.

Sean Hiscox' 47 gallon Reef Tank photo, picture
Sean Hiscox' photo of his 47g Reef Tank, which is only 4 months old at this point. Page 28.

Val Clement's 45 gallon Cube Reef Tank photo, picture
Val Clement's 45g Cube Reef Tank entry in the August 15 - September 30 2000 Photo Contest. Page 24.

Vicboy's 50 gallon Reef Tank Photo, picture
Vicboy's 50g Reef Tank photo containing all of his elephant ear, leather and mushrooms corals. Page 36.

Dan Pascucci's 37g Reef Tank
Dan Pascucci's 37g Reef Tank, April 2000 Photo Contest 2nd Place Honorable Mention Winner. Page 2.

Gary Simons' 38 gallon Reef Tank Photo, picture
Gary Simons' photo of his 38g Reef Tank which contains no fish yet, but does have 10 different corals. Page 18.

Ken Hall's 37 gallon Reef Tank Photo, picture
Ken Hall's 37g Reef Tank entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums October 2001 Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 17.

Kev Girling's 32 gallon Reef Tank Photo, picture
Kev Girling's photo of his 32g Reef Tank which contains Yellow Tailed Blue Damsel, Pair Common Clowns, Banana Wrasse, Sand Siphoning Snail, 2 small hermits, Turbo Snails, other small snails (3 types, sp. unknown!) 2 Cleaner Shrimps, Brittlestars and a very small blue starfish along witha number of corals. Page 13.

Louie Paul Jalbuena's 40g Reef Tank
Louie Paul Jalbuena's 40g Reef Tank. Page 12.

Louie Paul Jalbuena's 40 gallon Reef Tank Photo, picture
Louie Paul Jalbuena's photo of his 40g Reef Tank with a mix of Soft Corals and Brain Corals with a couple of Clownfishes and one clam. Page 16.

Matthew McGhee's 40 gallon Reef Tank Photo, picture
Matthew McGhee's photo of his 40g Reef Tank which contains a

Nick Letos's 37 gallon Bowfront Reef Tank Photo, picture
A great photo of Nick Letos's 37g Bowfront Reef Tank. Page 15.

Richard Pearson's 35 gallon Reef Tank photo, picture
Richard Pearson's photo of his 35g Reef Tank with a plethora of beautiful corals and his Percula Clownfish. Page 14.

Andrew Lee's 45g Reef Tank photo picture
Andrew Lee shows what can be accomplished in a small space in this photo of his 45g Reef Tank. Andrew was the August 2004 Photo Contest 1st Place Award Winner.. Page 8.

Daniel Ruben's 42g Hex Reef Tank photo, picture
Daniel Ruben's photo of his 42g hex Reef Tank which contains: 1 Yellow Tang, 3 Blue Chromis, 1 Purple Fire-Fish, 1 Amphiprion Percula Clown, 1 Coral Beauty Angel, 1 Pigmy Angel, 1 Sailfin Goby, 1 Pearly-Headed Jawfish, 1 Cleaner Shrimp, 2 Peppermint Shrimp, 1 Emerald Crab, 20 Blue-Legged Hermit Crabs, 1 Red-Legged Hermit Crab, 15 Turbo Snails, 1 Magnificent Feather Duster and much more.. Page 7.

Ej Angeles' 50g Reef Tank
Ej Angeles' photo of his 50g Reef Tank which contains a pair of Clark's Clownfish, Cuttlefish, Lionfish, 2 Flounders, an Anemone and assorted corals.. Page 10.

Irene Robinson's 50g Bowfront Reef Tank
Irene Robinson's 50g Bowfront Reef Tank entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums May 2002 Reef Tank Photo Contest.. Page 11.

R. Tebben's 37g Reef Tank
R. Tebben's 37g Reef Tank containing a plethora of corals and fish.. Page 3.

Rick Peterson's 40g Reef Tank
Rick Peterson's 40g entry in the Dec. 1999 Photo Contest.. Page 4.

Rob Beedleson's 45g Reef Tank
Rob Beedleson's photo of his 45g Reef Tank, submitted for entry in an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo contest. Rob tells us that his 8 year old tank houses

Robin Young's 40g SPS Reef Tank entry in the December 2000 Tank Photo Contest.
Robin Young's 40g SPS Reef Tank entry in the December 2000 Tank Photo Contest.. Page 5.

Sam Wong's 40g Reef Tank
Sam Wong's photo of his 40g Reef Tank, submitted for entry in an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Sam did a great job with the Flame Angel, Blue Tang, Rose Bubble tip Anemone in his tank.. Page 6.

John's 30 Gallon Fish-Only Tank Set Up Page
John's 30 Gallon Fish-Only Tank Set Up Page. Page 42.

Anthony Miralles' 18g Reef Tank.
Anthony Miralles' photo of his 18g Reef Tank won 1st Place in the September 2004 About Saltwater Aquariums Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 3.

Gary's 29g Reef Tank
Gary's 29g Reef Tank entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums May 2002 Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 8.

William Aspinwall's Reef Tank
William Aspinwall's terrific 29g Reef Tank photo, 2nd Place Winner in the May 2003 About Saltwater Aquariums Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 9.

Denkigroove's 15 gallon Nano Reef Tank Photo, Picture
Denkigroove's (Tien Nguyen) 15g Nano Reef Tank entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums December 2002 Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 35.

Spencer's 15 gallon Reef Tank Photo, Picture
Spencer Shepard's photo of his 15g Reef Tank which contains a Percula Clownfish, a variety of corals and algae. Page 33.

Morgan Gibbs' 5g Nano Reef Tank Photo
Morgan Gibbs' 5g Nano Reef Tank Photo. Page 20.

Alivia's 12g Reef Tank Photo Picture
Alivia's photo of her terrific 12g Reef Tank. Alivia's variety of corals in her 12g tank is truly remarkable. Page 32.

Brian Blackthorne's 12g Nano-Cube Reef Aquarium | Top 1 to 15 Gallon Reef Tank Photos
With a wide variety of soft corals keeping them company, Brian Blackthorne's two Percula Clownfish look right at home in this picture of his 12 gallon nano-cube reef aquarium. Page 15.

Clint Cummings' 12g Mini-Reef Aquarium | Top 1 to 15 Gallon Reef Tank Photos
Clint Cummings' 12g mini-reef aquarium photo really shows off his stony Frogspawn, Torch, Hammer and Red Brain Corals, soft Green Hairy Mushrooms, colony of Zoanthids, Red Linkia Starfish, Pom Pom Crab, Percula Clownfish and Flame Angel. Page 16.

Colin's 10 gallon Reef Tank Photo Picture
Photo of Colin Linton's 10g Reef Tank. Page 28.

Curt's 7 gallon Mini Reef Tank Photo Picture
Curt's 7g Mini Reef Tank photo shows what can be done with a Micro/Mini Reef Tank. Page 19.

Dave's 1.5 gallon Nano Reef Tank photo picture
Dave's photo of his terrific little 1.5g Nano Reef Tank, which contains his Bumblebee Shrimp, Astrea Snail, Lettuce Nudibranch, Greenstar Polyps, Purple Mushrooms lots of Coralline Algae, Aquaclear Mini HO filter, Fluval 104 canister filter filled with only coarse crushed coral, plumbed from corner overflow. Dave's tank rests on top of custom stand. Page 4.

Denkigroove's (Tien Nguyen) 15g Nano-Reef Aquarium | Top 1 to 15 Gallon Reef Tank Photos
Stacked to the brim, Denkigroove's (Tien Nguyen) 15 gallon nano-reef tank photo shows there are no limits on how much live rock can be added to an aquarium, and his corals are pretty impressive as well! Page 36.

Earnie's 10 gallon FOWLR Tank Photo Picture
A photo of Earnie's 10g FOWLR Tank which contains 6 lbs of Live Rock, 2 Yellow Tail Damsels, 1 Four Striped Damsel and 2 hermit crabs. Page 27.

Eric Pinilla's 4 Gallon Nano Reef Tank Photo picture
Eric Pinilla's 4 Gallon Nano Reef Tank Photo entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums March 2002 Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 5.

Ernie's 10 gallon Reef Tank Picture Photo
Ernie's outstanding photo of his 10g Reef Tank which contains about 8lbs of live rock and a Mushroom Coral. Page 26.

Evan's 10 gallon Reef Tank Photo Picture
Evan Malloy's photo of his 10g Reef Tank, which contains his

Joe Martin's 7g Micro-Reef Tank Photo Picture
Joe has managed to get all of his tank critters to live together very nicely in his 75 bow front tank. The inventory includes: 1 Percula Clownfish, 1 Royal Gramma, 1 Spotted Mandarin, 1 Fire Shrimp, 3 Hermit crabs, 3 Turbo Snails, 2 Fanworms, 1 Disc Anemone Colony, 1 Purple-tipped Anemone. Page 21.

John Hakim's 5.5g Mini-Reef Aquarium | Top 1 to 15 Gallon Reef Tank Photos
This photo of John Hakim's 5.5 gallon mini-reef aquarium shows a great close-up shot of his White Stripe Maroon Clownfish and Cleaner Shrimp pictured with Xenia, Leather Mushroom, Green Mushroom, and Plate Corals. Page 9.

John Hakim's 5.5g Reef Tank
John Hakim's 5.5g Reef Tank. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 10.

John Hakim's 5.5g Reef Tank
John Hakim's 5.5g Reef Tank. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 11.

John Hakim's 5.5g Mini-Reef Aquarium | Top 1 to 15 Gallon Reef Tank Photos
This photo of John Hakim's 5.5 gallon mini-reef aquarium pictures his Bi-Color Anthias, Cleaner Shrimp, White Stripe Maroon Clownfish, colony of Yellow Button Polyps, red mushroom, and Xenia soft corals. Page 8.

Julian's 12.5 gallon Reef Tank Photo Picture
Julian Lee's photo of his 12.5g Reef Tank. Page 31.

Kerry Kirk's 12g NeoCube Reef Aquarium | Top 1 to 15 Gallon Reef Tank Photos
The nice growth of green macroalgae pictured here in Kerry's 12 gallon NeoCube reef aquarium makes a nice hiding place for his Percula Clownfish, Blue Yellowtail and Blue Damsel. His colony of Blue Mushroom Corals, the Feather Duster and Turbo Snail look right at home as well. Page 17.

Liz's 5g Nano-Reef Aquarium | Top 1 to 15 Gallon Reef Tank Photos
As you can see from Liz's 5g nano-reef aquarium picture, her beautiful live rock formation is nicely populated with a variety of blue, red, and green soft mushrooms, along with a few other types of corals and a feather duster (tube worm). Page 6.

Luis Contesini's 6g Nano-Reef Aquarium - Top 1 to 15 Gallon Reef Tank Photos
Luis Contesini's 6g Nano Reef Tank Page 12.

Luis Pacheco's 10 gallon Reef Tank Photo Picture
Luis Pacheco's 10g photo of his Reef Tank which contains Brillo Algae, 5 snails and 2 Clownfish. Page 22.

Luiz Brunner's 12g Nano-Reef Aquarium
As you can see from Luiz Brunner's 12g nano-reef aquarium picture, although it may be small, it's amazing what variety of soft and stony corals one can choose to put into a reef tank of this size. Page 18.

Martin Eberle's 5g Reef Tank
Martin Eberle's 5g Reef Tank. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 7.

Paul's 10g Reef Tank Photo Picture
Paul Vang's photo of his 10g Reef Tank which contains 1 maroon clown fish and some soft coral with a Feather Duster. Page 23.

Phyllis Daniels' 1 gallon Micro Reef Tank photo picture
A photo of Phyllis Daniels' 1g Micro Reef Tank, showing her multitude of corals. Page 3.

Phyllis' 1g Micro Reef Tank
A photo of Phyllis Daniels' 1g Micro Reef Tank, showing her multitude of corals and some of the equipment involved. Page 2.

Zach's 10 gallon Reef Tank Photo Picture
Zach Lunsford's photo of his 10g Reef Tank which holds

Zach Lunsford's 10g Mini-Reef Aquarium | Top 1 to 15 Gallon Reef Tank Photos
Zach Lunsford's 10 gallon mini-reef aquarium is home to a Percula Clownfish, Four Stripe Damsel, Serpent Starfish, Coral Banded Shrimp, Emerald Crab, Curlycue Anemone, Red Tree Sponge and two Atlantic Condy Anemones, all snuggled into 15 pounds of live rock. Page 14.

Evan Malloy's 10g Reef Tank Picture
Evan Malloy's 10g Reef Tank picture. Page 30.

Keoki & Yuko Stenders' Leather Coral (Sinularia abrupta) picture
Keoki & Yuko Stenders' Leather Coral (Sinularia abrupta) picture. Page 16.

Chris Young's Colt Coral Picture
Chris Young's Colt Coral. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 15.

Keoki and Yuko Stenders' Leather Corals (Sinularia abrupta) photo montage
Here is a three photo montage of Leather Corals (Sinularia abrupta) taken by Keoki and Yuko Stender and displayed at About Saltwater Aquariums with permission. Page 14.

Brenda's Colt Coral - Cladiella sp.
Brenda's Colt Coral - Cladiella sp. Page 3.

Cathy Flory's Colt Coral - Cladiella sp.
Cathy Flory's Colt Coral Cladiella sp. Page 2.

Chris Young's Colt Coral - Cladiella sp.
Chris Young's Colt Coral - Cladiella sp. Page 5.

Chris Young's Yellow Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.)
Chris Young's Yellow Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.). Page 12.

Diogo Lopes' Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.)
Diogo Lopes' Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.). Page 8.

Martin Hehman's Finger Leather Coral
Martin Hehman's Finger Leather Coral. Page 6.

Peggy Nelson's Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.)
Peggy Nelson's Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.). Page 10.

Phyllis Daniels' Pink Mushroom Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.)
Phyllis Daniels' Pink Mushroom Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.). Page 11.

R. Tebben's Yellow Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.)
R. Tebben's Yellow Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.). Page 13.

Rachael Kanauff's Colt Coral Family Alcyoniidae, possible Alcyonium sp.
Rachael Kanauff's Colt Coral Family Alcyoniidae, possible Alcyonium sp. Page 4.

Steve Atkinson's Finger Leather Coral
Steve Atkinson's Finger Leather Coral Page 7.

TampaReefChick's Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.)
TampaReefChick's Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.). Page 9.

Light Shocked Coralline Algae
This is a photo of the Purple/Pink Coralline Algae growing on the inside of a 110g Reef tank a day after a water change was performed. Page 2.

Green Hair Algae Photo
Green Hair Algae Photo. Saltwater Aquariums.

Keoki Stender's Red Algae (Gracilaria coronopifolia) Picture
Keoki Stender's Red Algae (Gracilaria coronopifolia) Picture. Page 18.

Debbie Hauter's Spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus ocellatus) photo
Debbie Hauter's Spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus ocellatus) photo. Page 8.

Keoki Stender's Broad Stingray (Dasyatis lata) Photo
Keoki Stender's Broad Stingray (Dasyatis lata) Photo. Page 2.

Keoki Stender's Coastal Manta Ray (Manta alfredi) Photo
Keoki Stender's Coastal Manta Ray (Manta alfredi) Photo. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Coastal Manta Ray (Manta alfredi) Photo
Keoki Stender's Coastal Manta Ray (Manta alfredi) Photo. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Round Stingray (Urobatis halleri) Photo
Keoki Stender's Round Stingray (Urobatis halleri) Photo. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus ocellatus) Photo
Keoki Stender's Spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus ocellatus) Photo. Page 7.

Keoki Stender's Spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus ocellatus) Photo
Keoki Stender's Spotted Eagle Ray (Aetobatus ocellatus) Photo. Page 6.

Tammy Stevens' Bluespotted Stingray (Taeniura lymma) Photo
Tammy Stevens' Bluespotted Stingray (Taeniura lymma) playing with her dog photo. Page 9.

Debbie Hauter's Snowflake Eel (Echidna nebulosa) Photo
Debbie Hauter's Snowflake Eel (Echidna nebulosa) Photo. Page 21.

Keoki Stender's Terminal Male Japanese Angelfish (Centropyge interrupta) photo, image, picture
Keoki Stender's Terminal Male Japanese Angelfish (Centropyge interrupta) photo. Page 4.

John Littleton's Sea Fan Photo
John Littleton's Sea Fan Photo. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Male Thompson's Anthias (Pseudanthias thompsoni) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Male Thompson's Anthias (Pseudanthias thompsoni) A large species reaching 9 inches. Abundant at a few isolated locations. Sometimes accompanied by Bicolor Anthias. Formely considered an endemic; now recorded from Ogasawara, Japan. Page 18.

Ron Alberico's Royal Gramma or Fairly Basslet (Gramma loreto) picture
A photo of Ron Alberico's Royal Gramma or Fairly Basslet (Gramma loreto) submitted for display at About Saltwater Aquariums. Page 17.

Joe Pasnik's Blue Sea Fan (Acalycigorgia sp.) Coral photo
Joe Pasnik's Blue Sea Fan (Acalycigorgia sp.) Coral photo. Page 2.

Takehiro Yamamoto's Red Sea Fan (Swiftia exserta) photo
Takehiro Yamamoto's Red Sea Fan (Swiftia exserta) photo. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Earle's Splitfin Anthias (Luzonichthys earlei) picture
From Keoki's Fish Corner an Earle's Splitfin Anthias (Luzonichthys earlei). Only 2 inches long, this fish rarely ascends into scuba depths in large schools and has two purple spots at base of caudal rays. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Female Hawaiian Longfin Anthias (Pseudanthias hawaiiensis) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Female Hawaiian Longfin Anthias (Pseudanthias hawaiiensis) which is rare at depths greater than 100 feet, less than 4 inches long and endemic to Hawai'i; related to P. ventralis. Photo taken off the Kona coast at 150'. Page 6.

Keoki Stender's Female Thompson's Anthias (Pseudanthias thompsoni) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Female Thompson's Anthias (Pseudanthias thompsoni) A large species reaching 9 inches. Abundant at a few isolated locations. Sometimes accompanied by Bicolor Anthias. Formely considered an endemic; now recorded from Ogasawara, Japan. Page 8.

Keoki Stender's Hawaiian Longfin Anthias (Pseudanthias hawaiiensis) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a small school (1 male, 3 female) of Hawaiian Longfin Anthias (Pseudanthias hawaiiensis) which are rare at depths greater than 100 feet, less than 4 inches long and endemic to Hawai'i; related to P. ventralis. Photo taken off the Kona coast at 140'. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Juvenile Bicolor Anthias (Pseudanthias bicolor) picture
From Keoki's Fish Corner a juvenile Bicolor Anthias (Pseudanthias bicolor) which is the most common Anthias at diving depths. Frequently seen among wrecks. Attains 5 inches. Photo taken at Sharks Cove at 70'. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Male Hawaiian Longfin Anthias (Pseudanthias hawaiiensis) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a male Hawaiian Longfin Anthias (Pseudanthias hawaiiensis) which is rare at depths greater than 100 feet, less than 4 inches long and endemic to Hawai'i; related to P. ventralis. Photo taken off the Kona coast at 150'. Page 7.

Irene's Lyretail Anthias (Pseudanthias squamipinnis) picture
A photo of Irene's Lyretail Anthias (Pseudanthias squamipinnis) displayed as an entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums April 2002 Fish and Critter Photo Contest. Page 11.

Mark Ridley's Royal Gramma photo
A photo of Mark Ridley's Royal Gramma fish displayed as an entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums October 2002 Fish and Critter Photo Contest. Page 15.

Jason Hendrix's photo of his Royal Gramma (Gramma loreto) photo
Jason Hendrix's photo of his Royal Gramma (Gramma loreto) in a cave opening with a Ricordea mushroom. Page 16.

Joe Martin's Royal Gramma (Gramma loreto) photo
A photo of Joe Martin's Royal Gramma - Gramma loreto species that was submitted for display at About Saltwater Aquariums. Page 14.

Tracy Johnson's Squareback Anthias (Pseudanthias pleurotaenia) photo
A photo of Tracy Johnson's mated pair of Squareback Anthias (Pseudanthias pleurotaenia) displayed as an entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums June 2001 Fish and Critter Photo Contest. Page 12.

Keoki Stender's Sunset Basslet (Liopropoma aurora) picture
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Sunset Basslet (Liopropoma aurora) which is rare at depths greater than 150 feet, attains 6 inches in length and is endemic to Hawaii. Page 10.

Jason Cho's Tuka Anthias (Pseudanthias tuka) photo
A photo of Jason Cho's Tuka Anthias (Pseudanthias tuka). Page 13.

Keoki Stender's Yellow Anthias (Holanthias fuscipinnis) picture
From Keoki's Fish Corner the beautiful Yellow Anthias (Holanthias fuscipinnis) Found at depths greater than 150 feet in caves, this fish is endemic to Hawaii and attains 7 inches in length. Page 9.

Keoki and Yuko Stenders' Regal Angelfish (Pygoplites diacanthus) photo
Saltwater Aquariums. Page 15.

Keoki Stender's Bicolor Anthias (Pseudanthias bicolor) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner an adult Bicolor Anthias (Pseudanthias bicolor) which is the most common Anthias at diving depths. Frequently seen among wrecks. Attains 5 inches. Photo taken at Sharks Cove at 70'. Page 2.

Debbie Hauter's Snowflake Eel (Echidna nebulosa) Image
Debbie Hauter's Snowflake Eel (Echidna nebulosa) Image. Page 20.

Debbie Hauter's Snowflake Eel (Echidna nebulosa) photo
Debbie Hauter's Snowflake Eel (Echidna nebulosa) photo. Page 19.

Brown Diatom Algae Photo
Referred to as brown or golden algae, which is actually not an algae at all, but diatoms, this is one of the first to appear in the chain algae when the tank conditions are conducive for growth, and is usually a precursor to other forms of... Page 4.

Brown Diatom Algae Photo - A picture of Diatom Algae
A picture of Diatom Algae in a 55g marine aquarium. Page 2.

Brown Diatom Algae Photo
Saltwater Aquariums. Page 3.

Bob Brobst's Snowflake Moray Eel photo
Bob Brobst's Snowflake Moray Eel photo, which was an entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums August 14-September 30, 2000 Photo Contest. Page 17.

Callie Jepsen's Zebra (Echidna zebra) Eel photo
Callie Jepsen's terrific photo of her Zebra (Echidna zebra) Eel. Page 18.

Keoki Stender's Collector Urchin (Tripneustes gratilla) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Collector Urchin (Tripneustes gratilla) which is common in shallow water and whose spines range from white to black in color. Page 7.

Keoki Stender Needle-Spined Urchin (Echinostrephus aciculatus) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Needle-Spined Urchin ((Echinostrephus aciculatus) which is abundant at scuba depths, ranges from purple to black in color and has spines which are thin and sharp. Overall diameter is 3 inches. Page 11.

Keoki Stender's Pale Rock-Boring Urchin (Echinometra mathaei) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Pale Rock-Boring Urchin (Echinometra mathaei) which is abundant at all depths, ranges in color from pink to olive. Their spines are strong and sharp and have an overall diameter of 3 inches. Page 10.

Keoki Stender's Red Longspined Urchin (Diadema sp.) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Red Longspined Urchin (Diadema sp.) which is one of two red diadematids from Midway lagoon and has thinner venomous spines protected by large primary spines. Page 8.

Keoki Stender's Slate Pencil Urchin (Heterocentrotus mammillatus) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Slate Pencil Urchin (Heterocentrotus mammillatus) which is locally abundant in shallow water, has spine shape and color which varies throughout the islands. Night coloration is pale brown with lighter bands with a maximum overall diameter of 10 inches. Page 6.

Keoki Stender's Spiny Urchin (Echinothrix diadema) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Spiny Urchin (Echinothrix diadema) which is Common at all depths, has an overall diameter of 8 inches and may appear black with blue bands. It also has thinner venomous spines protected by large primary spines. Page 9.

Keoki Stender's Ten-Lined Urchin (Eucidaris metularia) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Ten-Lined Urchin (Eucidaris metularia) which is frequently seen at scuba depths under rocks and has an overall diameter of 1.5 inches. Page 5.

Phyllis Daniels' Pin Sea Urchin photo
Phyllis Daniels' Pin Sea Urchin photo. Page 12.

Kelly Luedde's Slate Pencil Urchin (eucidaris tribuloides) picture
Kelly Luedde's terrific close up photo of a Slate Pencil Urchin (eucidaris tribuloide, which she took on the Big Island in Hawaii. Page 2.

Keoki Stender's Blue-Spotted Urchin (Astropyga radiata) photo
From Keoki's Fish Corner, a Blue-Spotted Urchin (Astropyga radiata) which is rarely found at scuba depths and has tiny neon blue spots on test. Page 4.

Laura Wallingford's Hatpin or Banded Sea Urchin (Echinothrix Calamaris) picture
Laura Wallingford's photo of her Hatpin or Banded Sea Urchin (Echinothrix Calamaris) in her 40g tank. Page 3.

Joe Martin's False Eyed Pufferfish (Canthigaster solandri) image
Another photo of Joe Martin's False Eyed Pufferfish Canthigaster solandri which has matured since the previous photo was taken. Page 12.

Joe Martin's False Eyed Pufferfish (Canthigaster solandri) picture
A photo of Joe Martin's False Eyed Pufferfish Canthigaster solandri species submitted for display at About Saltwater Aquariums. Other common names: Ocellated, Solander's, or Spotted Toby. Page 11.

Junior Eugenio's Giant Porcupinefish (Diodon hystrix) picture
A photo of Junior Eugenio's Diodon hystrix species Giant Porcupinefish in his 55 gallon fish-only tank. Page 7.

Laura Canney's Spiny Porcupinefish photo
A cute photo of Laura Canney's baby Diodon holocanthus species Spiny Porcupinefish named

Max Demaio's Porcupine Pufferfish (Diodon Holacanthusfish) photo
Max Demaio's photo of his Porcupine Pufferfish (Diodon Holacanthusfish). Note the incredible blue eye. Page 6.

Paul Estrada's Giant Porcupinefish (Diodon histrix) image.
A very nice photo of Paul Estrada's Diodon histrix species Giant Porcupinefish name Porky that was submitted for display at About Satlwater Aquariums. Page 8.

Ryan Achenbach's Spiny Porcupinefish (Diodon holocanthus) picture
A very nice photo of Ryan Achenbach's Diodon holocanthus species Spiny Porcupinefish, which was the 1st Place winning entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums June 2003 Fish & Critter Photo Contest. Page 9.

Sammi Baker's Toothy Pufferfish photo
A very good photo of Sammi Baker's toothy Arothron species Pufferfish submitted for display at About Saltwater Aquariums. Page 13.

Angela Shuster's Green Mandarin Dragonet photo
Angela Shuster's photo of her Green Mandarin Dragonet parked in the corner of her tank. Page 10.

Chris Mempin's Green Mandarinfish (Synchiropus splendidus) photo
A photo of Chris Mempin's Green Mandarinfish (Synchiropus splendidus), which was an entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums June 2000 Photo Contest. This fish is also commonly named a Striped Mandarinfish or Dragonet. Page 11.

Joe Martin's Psychedelic Mandarinfish (Synchiropus picturatus) photo
Another shot of Joe Martin's Psychedelic Mandarinfish (Synchiropus picturatus) taken as it leaves a cave in his 7 gallon micro-reef tank. Page 15.

Joe Martin's Psychedelic Mandarinfish photo
A close-up shot of Joe Martin's Psychedelic Mandarinfish or Dragonet Synchiropus picturatus species in his 7g Micro Reef Tank. Page 14.

C. Durgin's (Pardsie's) Synchiropus splendidus species Green Mandarinfish photo
A nice photo of C. Durgin's (Pardsie's) Synchiropus splendidus species Green Mandarinfish or Dragonet submitted for display at About Saltwater Aquariums. Page 12.

Ron Alberico's Striped Mandarinfish photo
A nice photo of Ron Alberico's Synchiropus splendidus species Green or Striped Mandarinfish. Page 13.

Emily Dubnowski's Porcupine Pufferfish picture
Emily Dubnowski's photo of her Porcupine Pufferfish, Harvey, submitted for display in the About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Gallery. Note the strange colors in Harvey's eyes. Page 4.

Paul Reis' Yellowbelly Dogface Puffer photo.
Paul Reis' photo of his Yellowbelly Dogface Puffer. Page 2.

Silly Queen's Bridled Burrfish (Chilomycterus antennatus) photo
Here is a photo of Silly Queen's baby (Chilomycterus antennatus) Bridled Burrfish that she submitted for display at About Saltwater Aquariums. Page 5.

Todd Gunderson's Valentini Pufferfish photo
Todd Gunderson's photo of his Valentini Pufferfish, Victoria, submitted for entry in an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Page 3.

Brandon Sidorak's Green Mandarin Dragonet (Synchiropus splendidus) photo
Brandon Sidorak's photo of his Green Mandarin Dragonet (Synchiropus splendidus). Page 8.

Stacy Spector's Green Mandarin Dragonet (Synchiropus splendidus) photo
Stacy Spector's photo of the Green Mandarin Dragonet (Synchiropus splendidus) in a 6 month old reef tank. Page 9.

Seadragons Picture Gallery - Photos, Pictures and Images of Weedy or Leafy Seadragons
Found from depths of 20 to 165 feet or more, seadragons live in waters of Australia where temperatures rarely rise above 65F (18C). View more Seadragon pictures and learn other facts about Leafy or Weedy Seadragons. Page 2.

Joe Razo's Tomato Clownfish in host Purple Anemone
Joe Razo's Tomato Clownfish in host Purple Anemone. Page 12.

Chris Meyer's Tomato Clownfish in Feather Duster photo
An excellent shot of Chris Meyer's Tomato Clownfish finding shelter amoungst the soft feathery tentacles of a tube worm or Feather Duster. Page 2.

David Younglove's Mated Pair of Tomato Clownfishes photo
A picture entered and voted 3rd Place Honorable Mention in the April 2003 Clownfish Photo Contest, this is a wonderful shot of David Younglove's mated pair of Tomato Clownfishes in their host Long-Tentacled Anemone. Page 3.

Jason Hendrix's Tomato Clownfish in Bubble Tip Anemone photo
An outstanding close-up shot from Jason Hendrix of his Tomato Clownfish (Amphiprion frenatus) nestled inside its host Bubble Tip Anemone. Page 5.

Joe Bellantoni's Tomato Clownfish photo
An outstanding photo of Joe Bellantoni's Tomato Clownfish peeking out from under a Mushroom Coral. Page 6.

Joe Martin's Tomato Clownfish photo
A picture from Joe Martin of his Tomato Clownfish. Page 7.

Jonathan Dillman's Tomato Clownfish & Yellow Tang photo
A great shot of Jonathan Dillman's Tomato Clownfish and juvenile Yellow Tang buddies. Page 8.

Jonathon Dillman's Tomato Clownfish in Bubble Tip Anemone photo
A beautiful and crisp photo of Jonathon Dillman's Tomato Clownfish resting in its host Bubble Tip Anemone. Page 9.

Karen Michaels' Tomato Clownfish photo
A picture of Karen Michaels' Tomato Clownfish. Page 10.

Mike and Lisa's Tomato Clownfish (Amphiprion frenatus) photo
This is an excellent shot from Mike and Lisa's of their Tomato Clownfish (Amphiprion frenatus) nestled snugly in a host maroon or rose species sea anemone. Page 11.

Sean Corben's Tomato Clown (Amphiprion frenatus) photo
Sean Corben's photo of his Tomato Clown (Amphiprion frenatus) peeking out of a Goniopora Coral. Page 4.

Scott's Percula Clownfish Photo
Scott's Percula Clownfish Photo. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 31.

Frank Rossi's Mated Pair of Percula Clowns photo
A photo of Frank Rossi's mated pair of Percula Clowns entered in the About Saltwater Aquariums June 2001 Fish and Critter Photo Contest. Page 14.

Heidi Diener's Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) photo
Heidi Diener's photo of her Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula), submitted for entry in an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Is this a

Jacqui Blagojevic's Percula Clownfish photo
This outstanding photo of Jacqui Blagojevic's 3 Percula Clownfish was a chance snap by her 7 year old son as the they were considering whether or not to swim down to the new anemone in the tank. Page 16.

Jenny Mendonca's Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) photo
Jenny Mendonca's pair of Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) nestled in their carpet anemone. Page 17.

Jim's Percula Clownfish and Bubble Tip Anemone photo
Jim Dusenberry's Percula Clownfish and Bubble Tip Anemone in his outstanding 300g acrylic Reef Tank. Page 18.

Joe's Percula Clownfish & Host Anemone photo
A photo of Joe Martin's Percula Clownfish in its host Bulb Anemone submitted for display at About Saltwater Aquariums, an entered into the April 2003 Clownfish Photo Contest. Page 19.

Nasser Keshmirshekan's Percula Clownfish photo
Nasser Keshmirshekan's Percula Clownfish and its host anemone photo, submitted for entry in an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Page 20.

Nelson Nunes's Mated Pair of Percula Clownfish photo
Nelson Nunes's Mated Pair of Percula Clownfish in host Bubble-Tip Anemone Photo. Page 21.

Paulus Chan's True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) photo
A photo from Paulus Chan of what he referred to as a Crown Clownfish when submitted, but from references it appears to be a True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula). Page 13.

Ricardo's True Percula & Host Anemone photo
Ricardo Miozzo's outstanding closeup photo of his True Percula Clownfish in its host Anemone. Page 22.

Roy Perez' Pair of Percula Clownfish photo
A terrific photo of Roy Perez' Pair of Percula Clownfish playing in their Colt Coral (Alcyonium Sp). Page 23.

Steve Whitt's Juvenile Percula Clowns (Amphiprion percula) photo
A photo of Steve Whitt's Juvenile (3 month old) Percula Clowns (Amphiprion percula), the 1st Place Winning entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums June 2001 Fish and Critter Photo Contest. Page 24.

Tim & Tonya Welcomes' Percula Clownfish photo
Tim & Tonya Welcomes' photo of their Percula Clownfish and host Colt Coral in their 125g Reef Tank, submitted for entry in an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Page 25.

Victor Delgado's Clownfish photo
A photo of Victor Delgado's Clownfish playing it its host anemone, the 1st Place Winning entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums April 2002 Critter Photo Contest. Page 26.

Warren Cain's Mated Pair of Percula Clowns photo
Warren Cain's photo of his Mated Pair of Percula Clowns. Note the interesting foliage in the tank. Page 27.

Brad Read's Percula Clownfish photo, picture, image
Great close up photo of Brad Read's Percula Clownfish nestled it his Long Tentacle Anemone. Page 7.

Bryce Berger's True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) photo, picture, image
Bryce Berger's terrific photo of his True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) and Rose Bubble Tip Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor). Page 2.

Debbie & Stan's Percula Clownfish Photo 2
Yet another amazing close-up shot of one of your Guides Percula Clownfishes in their 55 gallon semi-reef tank. Page 9.

Debbie & Stan's Percula Clownfish Photo 1
An amazing close-up shot of one of your Guides Percula Clownfishes in their 55 gallon semi-reef tank. Feeding and some other notes are included with this image that was taken by Debbie with a Nikon CoolPix 4300 digital camera. Page 8.

Elizabeth's Mated Pair of True Percula Clownfish photo
Elizabeth Asche's photo of her mated pair of True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) which resides in her 46 gallon bowfront reef tank with a Coral Beauty, a Foxface Rabbitfish and a Watchman Goby. Page 10.

Eric Castron's Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) photo
A nice close up shot of Eric Castron's Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) and host anemone (Heteractis crispa) entered in the About Salwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 12.

James Berry's True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) picture
James Berry's photo of his True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) as it swims past Zooanthids. Page 5.

Jesse Frank's True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) photo
Jesse Frank's photo of his True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) and Scolymia Brain Coral. Page 6.

Larry Jordan's True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) photo, picture, image
Larry Jordan's terrific photo of his 3 juvenile True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) in a Fox Coral (Nemanzophyllia turbida). Page 3.

Lasantha Perera's True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) picture
Lasantha Perera's photo of her True Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) and Long Tentacle Anemone. Page 4.

Mickey White's Percula Clownfish in a Bubble Tip Anemone photo
Mickey White's photo of his Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) in a Bubble Tip Anemone. Page 11.

Bill Paterno's False Percula Clownfish image
Bill Paterno's photo of his False Percula Clownfish in its Rose Bubble Tip Anemone. Page 11.

Daniel Lee's Clownfish (A. ocellaris) photo
A photo of Daniel Lee's Clownfish (A. ocellaris) lounging in a Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.) entered in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2001 Fish and Critter Phote Contest #2. Page 9.

David Wade's False Percula Clownfish picture
David Wade's photo of his False Percula Clownfish, attending to her eggs in David's 33g FOWLR tank. Page 12.

Joe Figueredo's False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) picture
Joe Figueredo's photo of his False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris). Page 13.

John Darin's False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) picture
John Darin's photo of his False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) in a Purple Tip Anemone. Page 7.

Lisa Dunn's False Percula Clowns (Amphiprion ocellaris) photo
A shot of one of Lisa Dunn's False Percula Clowns (Amphiprion ocellaris) with a Condylactis gigantea host anemone, which is an unusual match because the sea anemone is an Atlantic species not known for hosting Clownfishes. Page 16.

Lisa Dunn's False Percula Clownfishes image
A photo of Lisa Dunn's mated pair of False Percula Clownfishes (Amphiprion ocellaris), one of which has mutated middle stripe that appears as a white spot on its side, submitted for display at About Saltwater Aquariums, and entered into the April 2003 Clownfish Photo Contest. Page 17.

Lukas Paluchowski's False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) picture
Lukas Paluchowski's photo of his pair of False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris), entered in the About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Page 14.

Nanette's Ocellaris Clownfish In A Flower Pot Coral photo
Nanette Plano's Flower Pot Coral (Goniopora sp.) with an Ocellaris Clownfish hiding in it. Page 18.

Ricardo Lacerdo's False Percula Clownfish photo
Ricardo Lacerdo's photo of his False Percula Clownfish looking quite content nestled in its host Anemone. Page 10.

Rob Borycki's False Percula Clown Fish (Amphirion ocellaris) picture
Excellent photo of Rob Borycki's False Percula Clown Fish (Amphirion ocellaris). Page 19.

Spencer Shepard's Juvenile False Percula Clownfish picture
Spencer Shepard's photo of his Juvenile False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris). Page 8.

R. Tebben's Maroon and Gold Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) Photo
R. Tebben's Maroon and Gold Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus). Page 28.

Mark Ford's Gold-Striped Maroon Clownfishes in host Bubble-Tip Anemeone
Mark Ford's Gold-Striped Maroon Clownfishes in host Bubble-Tip Anemeone Page 27.

Shirlie Sharpe's Maroon Clownfish Photo
Shirlie Sharpe's Maroon Clownfish Photo. Page 29.

Paula Eerdmans' Maroon Clownfish Photo
Paula Eerdmans' Maroon Clownfish Photo. Page 30.

Bishram Sanichar's False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) picture
Bishram Sanichar's photo of his False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) in a Bulb Anemone. Page 6.

Brad Lawrence's False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) photo
Brad Lawrence's photo of his mated pair of False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) in a Rose Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor). Page 5.

Clint Cummings' False Percula Clownfish photo
Clint Cummings' photo of his False Percula Clownfish snuggled into in a Green Bubblerose Anemone. Page 4.

Ken Bauer's Clownfish & Anemone photo
Ken Bauer's close up photo of his Yellow Tang, Clownfish & Anemone, which all seem to get along great. Page 15.

Matthew Wells' False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) photo, picture, image
Matthew Wells' terrific close up photo of his False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) peeking out of a Purple Leather Finger Coral (Cladiella). Page 2.

Nathalie Espinosa's False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) photo
Nathalie Espinosa's photo of her False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) snuggled into a Bubble Tip Anemone(Entacmanea quadricolor). Page 3.

R. Tebben's Maroon and Gold Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) photo
R. Tebben's outstanding close up photo of his Maroon and Gold Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus). Page 24.

Brian McBroom's Maroon Clownfish photo
Brian McBroom's Maroon Clownfish, Bubble Anemone, and Cleaner Shrimp photo entered in the About Saltwater Aquariums July 1 - August 13, 2000 Photo Contest. Page 12.

David Playfair's Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) picture
A photo of David Playfair's Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) in its host Rose Anemone (E. quadricolor), the 1st Place Winning entry of the About Saltwater Aquariums April 2000 Photo Contest. Page 15.

Frank Mendez's Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) picture
Frank Mendez's close up photo of his Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) snuggled in its Anemone. Page 13.

George Nichols' Gold Stripe Maroon Clown picture
George Nichols' Gold Stripe Maroon Clown in its Long Tentacle Anemone (Macrodactyla doreensis). Page 11.

Jason Smith's Gold Stripe Maroon Clowns (Premnas biaculeatus) picture
Jason Smith's photo of his Gold Stripe Maroon Clowns (Premnas biaculeatus) nestled in their red base anemone. Page 18.

Jim Gramata's Juvenile Maroon Clownfish (Amphiprion akindynos) picture
A beautiful photo submitted for display at About Saltwater Aquariums by Jim Gramata of his Male Juvenile Maroon Clownfish (Amphiprion akindynos) inside its host Bulb Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor). Page 19.

Julio Macieir's Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) picture
Julio Macieir's close up photo of his Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus). Page 14.

Kevin Kennedy's Yellowstripe Maroon Clownfish (Premnus biaculeatus) picture
A photo of Kevin Kennedy's Yellowstripe Maroon Clownfish (Premnus biaculeatus) and two Tongue Corals (Polyphyllia sp.) entered in the About Saltwater Aquariums April 2002 Critter Photo Contest. Page 20.

Matt McAdam's Maroon Gold Strip Clown picture
Matt McAdam's Maroon Gold Strip Clown snuggled into it's Host Bubble Anemone in Matt's 60g tank. Page 21.

Paula Eerdmans' Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) picture
Paula Eerdmans' photo of her Gold Stripe Maroon Clown Premnas biaculeatus, submitted for entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Page 22.

Peggy Nelson's Gold Bar Maroon Clowns photo
A photo taken and submitted by Peggy Nelson for display at About Saltwater Aquariums of her tank-raised Gold Bar Maroon Clowns (Premnas biaculeatus) and host Bubble Tip Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor), which is entered into the April 2003 Clownfish Photo Contest. Page 23.

Robert Torres' White Banded Maroon Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) picture
A beautiful picture of a White Banded Maroon Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) that Robert Torres shot while visiting the Westminster, Colorado Butterfly Pavillion saltwater display tank in July 2003. Page 16.

Steve Kendall's Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) photo
Steve Kendall's terrific close up photo of his Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus), submitted for entry in an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Page 10.

Will and Chenoas' Golden Striped Maroon Clownfish photo
A photo taken and submitted by Will and Chenoa for display at About Saltwater Aquariums of their Golden Striped Maroon Clownfish nestled inside its stunning bright pink host Sebae Anemone, which as voted the 1st Place Winner of the April 2003 Clownfish Photo Contest. Page 25.

Michael Jensen's Skunk Clownfish (Amphiprion sandaracinos) picture
Michael Jensen's photo of his Orange Skunk Clownfish (Amphiprion sandaracinos) nestled in a bed of sea anemone tentacles. Page 5.

Mitchell Davis' Saddleback Clownfish (Amphiprion polymnus) picture
An entry in the April 2003 Clownfish Photo Contest, this is an excellent close-up view from Mitchell Davis of his Saddleback Clownfish (Amphiprion polymnus). Page 7.

Phyllis Daniels' Clownfish photo
A photo from Phyllis Daniels of her unnamed species Clownfish swimming over a very large Pearl Bubble Coral. Page 8.

C. Reik's Maroon Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) photo
C. Reik's photo of his Maroon Clownfish Premnas biaculeatus, submitted for entry in an About Saltwater Aquariums Photo Contest. Page 8.

Erika York's Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) picture
A photo of Erika York's Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) and Pearl Bubble Coral (Plerogyra sp.) entered in the About Saltwater Aquariums February 2000 Photo Contest. Page 17.

Ian Sheperd's Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) photo
Ian Sheperd's photo of his Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) snuggled into a Carpet Anemone. Page 4.

Jose Linsangan's Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish photo
An outstanding picture by Jose Linsangan of his Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish nestled inside a beautiful Maroon Sea Anemone. Page 7.

Josh's Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) photo
Josh's close up photo of his Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) in a Carpet Anemone. Page 5.

Marcye Sweeney's Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) photo
Marcye Sweeney's photo of her Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) snuggled into his Green Carpet Anemone home. Page 9.

Sonny Szaniszlo's Mated Pair of Maroon Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) photo
Sonny Szaniszlo's outstanding photo of a Mated Pair of Maroon Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus). Page 2.

Wayland Massey's Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) photo
Wayland Massey's photo of his Gold Stripe Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus). Page 6.

Zack Franklin's Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus) photo
Zack Franklin's terrific close up photo of his Maroon Clown (Premnas biaculeatus). Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Juvenile Bluestriped Butterflyfish (Chaetodon fremblii) Photo, Image, Picture
Keoki Stender's Juvenile Bluestriped Butterflyfish (Chaetodon fremblii) Photo, Image, Picture. Page 27.

EJ Angeles' Clark's Clownfishes (Amphiprion clarkii) photo
A photo of EJ Angeles' mated pair of Clark's Clownfishes (Amphiprion clarkii) swimming around an array of Green Star Polyps, Green Open Brain, Finger Leather, Moon, Pulsing Xenia, and other soft and hard corals as well as a Blue Tridacnid Clam. Page 5.

Kendall Goodin's juvenile Sabae Clownfish
A cute shot of Kendall Goodin's juvenile Sabae Clownfish. Page 2.

Shaun Montgomery's Clark's Clownfish (Amphiprion clarkii) photo, picture, image
A nice photo from Shaun Montgomery of his Clark's Clownfish (Amphiprion clarkii) peaking out from inside its host Long-Tentacled Anemone. Page 4.

Wayne Sweney's Clarkii Clownfish (Amphiprion clarkii) photo
Wayne Sweney's photo of his Clark's Clownfish (Amphiprion clarkii) peaking out of a Bulb Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor). Page 6.

Jim Shaffer's Skunk Clownfish (Amphipirion akallopisos) picture
An excellent shot by Jim Shaffer of his Skunk Clownfish (Amphipirion akallopisos) resting peacefully in a host Bulb or Bubble-Tip Anemone (Entacmaea quadricolor). Page 4.

Jon Thwaite's Fire Clownfish photo
An April 2003 Clownfish Photo Contest entry, this is a wonderful photo by Jon Thwaite of his Fire Clownfish hovering over its very large host Bubble Tip Anemone. Page 3.

Karen Zomick's Pink Skunk Clownfish (Amphiprion perideraion) picture
A great picture by Karen Zomick of her Pink Skunk Clownfish (Amphiprion perideraion) tucked into its long-tentacled host anemone. Page 6.

Lori Adelman's Cinnamon Clownfish in Host Anemone
This is a great close-up photo by Lori Adelman of her Cinnamon Clown snuggled comfortably into its host Purple Tip Anemone. Page 2.

Keoki Stender's Juvenile Klein's Butterflyfish (Chaetodon kleini) photo
Keoki Stender's Juvenile Klein's Butterflyfish (Chaetodon kleini) photo. Page 26.

A photo of Ganonema pinnatum algae - A photo of Ganonema pinnatum algae
A photo of Ganonema pinnatum algae (seaweed). Page 15.

Lawnmower Blenny (Salarias fasciatus) photo, picture, image
Edan Ben Ishay's photo of his Lawnmower Blenny (Salarias fasciatus) hiding under a Bubble Anemone in his 100g reef tank. Page 18.

Lawnmower Blenny (Salarias fasciatus) photo, picture, image
Jacqui Blagojevic's photo of her Lawnmower Blenny (Salarias fasciatus) in her 102g tank. Page 19.

Keoki and Yukos' Hawaiian Triplefin Blenny (Enneapterygius atriceps) photo, picture, image
From Keoki's Fish Corner, a photo of a Hawaiian Triplefin Blenny (Enneapterygius atriceps) which is endemic to Hawaii and commonly found on reefs with algal growth but difficult to see. Only 1 inch long, Males are reddish with a dark head, females green with light blotches. Page 15.

Keoki and Yukos' Scarface Blenny (Cirripectes vanderbilti) picture, photo, image
From Keoki's Fish Corner, a photo of a Scarface Blenny (Cirripectes vanderbilti) which is endemic to Hawaii and very common on shallow reefs but darts into holes when approached. This Blenny is dark brown with red eye ring and lines on the head and attains 4 inches in length. Page 16.

Keoki and Yukos' Zebra Blenny (Istiblennius zebra)
From Keoki's Fish Corner, a photo of a Zebra Blenny (Istiblennius zebra) which is endemic to Hawaii and is very common in the intertidal zone. This Blenny has an elongated body with fleshy fins, flap on head, and banded gray or black. Usually seen leaping from tidepools when disturbed. Attains 7.5 inches. Page 17.

Darryl Craig's Copperband Butterflyfish (Chelmon rostratus) photo, picture, image
Darryl Craig's terrific Copperband Butterflyfish (Chelmon rostratus) photo. Page 23.

Gary Harmon's Saddleback Butterflyfish (Chaetodon Ehippium) picture, photo, image
A photo by Gary Harmon of his adult Saddleback Butterflyfish (Chaetodon Ehippium) in his 125g tank. Page 24.

Gary Schoentag's Tinkeri Butterfly (chaetodon tinkeri) & Red Sea Pearlscale Butterfly (chaetodon paucifasciatus) photo, picture, image
Gary Schoentag's Tinkeri Butterfly (chaetodon tinkeri) & Red Sea Pearlscale Butterfly (chaetodon paucifasciatus). Page 25.

Larry Jordan's Copperband Butterflyfish (Chelmon rostratus) picture, image, photo
Larry Jordan's outstanding close up photo of his Copperband Butterflyfish. Page 22.

Auriga Butterflyfish (Chaetodon auriga) photo, picture, image
A photo by Pat Walsh of his sub-adult Auriga Butterflyfish (Chaetodon auriga) being treated in a quarantine tank. Page 21.

A photo of Gelidiella acerosa algae (seaweed) - A photo of Gelidiella acerosa algae (seaweed)
A photo of Gelidiella acerosa algae (seaweed). Page 16.

A photo of Gelidiella machrisiana algae (seaweed)
A photo of Gelidiella machrisiana algae (seaweed). Page 17.

A photo of Gibsmithia hawaiiensis algae (seaweed)
A photo of Gibsmithia hawaiiensis algae (seaweed). Page 19.

A photo of Gracilaria coronopifolia algae (seaweed)
A photo of Gracilaria coronopifolia algae (seaweed). Page 20.

A photo of Gracilaria salicornia algae (seaweed)
A photo of Gracilaria salicornia algae (seaweed), also known as Gorilla Seaweed. Page 21.

A photo of Grateloupia phuquocensis algae (seaweed)
A photo of Grateloupia phuquocensis algae (seaweed). Page 22.

A photo of Haliptilon subulatum algae (seaweed)
A photo of Haliptilon subulatum algae (seaweed). Page 23.

A photo of Haloplegma duperreyi algae (seaweed) - A photo of Haloplegma duperreyi algae (seaweed)
A photo of Haloplegma duperreyi algae (seaweed). Page 24.

C. Durgin's outstanding close up photo of his Flame Hawkfish Neocirrhitus armatus
C. Durgin's (Pardsie) outstanding close up photo of his Flame Hawkfish (Neocirrhitus armatus). Page 6.

David Playfair's Flame Hawk Neocirrhitus armatus photo
David Playfair's Flame Hawk (Neocirrhitus armatus). Page 3.

Zebra Moray Eel Gymnomuraena formerly Echidna zebra photo
A photo taken by your About Guides Debbie and Stan Hauter of a Zebra Moray Eel (Gymnomuraena - formerly Echidna zebra) while visiting the Waikiki Aquarium, with a complete profile included. Page 13.

Debbie's Spotted Mandarinfish, Pyschedelic Mandarinfish, Picture Dragonet Photo
Debbie Hauter's Synchiropus picturatus photo, an aquarium fish known as a Spotted Mandarinfish, Psychedelic Mandarinfish, or Picture Dragonet. Page 7.

Crit Vastine's Queen Angelfish (Holacanthus ciliaris) photo, pictures
Crit Vastine's photo of his adult Queen Angelfish (Holacanthus ciliaris). Page 4.

F. Toomey's Queen Angelfish (Holacanthus ciliaris) photo, picture
An adult Queen Angelfish photo from F. Toomey. Page 5.

Sammi Baker Queen Angelfish (Holacanthus ciliaris) photo, picture
A photo from Sammi Baker of his adult Queen Angelfish. Page 3.

Keoki's Stender's Female Masked Angelfish (Genicanthus personatus) photo, picture
This photo of a Masked Angelfish in the typical female phase was shot by Keoki and Yuko Stender at Bulky Dump, Midway at 60 feet. Page 2.

Keoki's Masked Angelfish (Female - Mature) (Genicanthus personatus) photo, picture
This picture show a female Masked Angel in the very mature phase of its life. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Male Masked Angelfish (Genicanthus personatus) photo, picture
From this photo shot on Angel Ledge, Midway at 80 feet by Keoki and Yuko Stender you can see that the male of this species is radically different in appearance from that of the female. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Masked Angelfish (Genicanthus personatus) photo picture
This photo by Keoki and Yuko Stender shows what a Masked Angelfish looks like when a female changes into a male, at which time this fish takes on the coloration traits of both sexes during this transitional phase. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Passer Angelfish (Adult) (Holacanthus passer) picture, photo
Another adult phase photo of this angelfish by Keoki and Yuko Stender. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Passer Angelfish (Adult) (Holacanthus passer) photo, picture
A photo of this angel in the adult phase if its life by Keoki and Yuko Stender. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Passer Angelfish (Holacanthus passer) (Sub-Adult) photo, picture
A photo of this angelfish shown in the sub-adult phase by Keoki and Yuko Stender. Page 2.

Gary Cormier's Queen Angelfish (Holacanthus ciliaris) photo, picture
Gary Cormier's terrific close up photo of a Queen Angelfish (Holacanthus ciliaris) he found swimming around in the Florida Keys. Taking a good photo of a fish in an aquarium is one thing. Getting a good one in the wild is entirely different. Page 2.

Keoki and Yuko Stenders' Emperor Angelfish (Adult)
Another shot of an adult Emperor Angelfish displayed with permission from Keoki and Yuko Stender that was taken at Makapu'u, Hawaii by Andy Burnell. Page 3.

Emperor Angelfish photo by Keoki and Yuko Stender
An fully-mature adult Emperor Angelfish photo taken by Keoki and Yuko Stender in Faga'alu, Samoa at 20'. Page 4.

Adam Parmelee's Flame Angelfish photo, picture
A wonderful photo from Adam Parmelee of his Flame Angelfish in front of a pinkish-purple Waving Hand or Pulse Coral (Anthelia sp.). Page 4.

Lisa Dunn's Flame Angelfish photo, picture
This photo from Lisa Dunn shows her Flame Angelfish with her unusually marked False Percula Clownfish. Page 3.

Mark Johnson's Flame Angelfish photo, picture
A beautiful photo from Mark Johnson of his Flame Angelfish in front of a Bubble Coral in his 115g DAS corner unit. Page 2.

R. Tebben's Flame Angelfish (Centropyge loriculus) photo, picture
A photo from R. Tebben of his Flame Angelfish (Centropyge loriculus), a Family Pomacanthidae dwarf or pygmy species. Page 5.