Saltwater Aquariums Sitemap - Page 12 2016-09-26

Sam Wong's Flame Angelfish (Centropyge loriculus) photo, picture
An outstanding close-up photo from Sam Wong of his Flame Angelfish (Centropyge loriculus) hiding amoungst a Frogspawn Coral and Rose Anemone. Page 6.

Keoki Stender's Japanese Angelfish (Female) (Centropyge interrupta) photo, picture
Keoki Stender's photo of a female Japanese Angelfish (Centropyge interrupta). Page 2.

Keoki Stender's male Japanese Angelfish (Centropyge interrupta) photo, picture
Keoki Stender's photo of a male Japanese Angelfish (Centropyge interrupta). Page 3.

Multicolor Angelfish (Centropyge sp.) photo, picture, image
This photo by Dan Amelung of his Multicolor Angelfish (Centropyge sp.) is pictured among branches of Acropora coral. Page 12.

Potter's Angelfish (Centropyge potteri) picture, photo, image
A photo of the endemic dwarf or pygmy species Potter's Angelfish (Centropyge potteri) taken by Keoki and Yuko Stender in Hawaii. Page 13.

Regal Angelfish (Pygoplites diacanthus) photo, picture, image
A great underwater photo of a Regal Angelfish (Pygoplites diacanthus) taken by Keoki and Yuko Stender. This medium sized species inhabits waters of the Indo-Pacific region, but has been found as an aquarium release in Hawaii. Page 14.

Brigitte Emme's Coral Beauty (Centropyge bispinosus) Angelfish picture, photo
Brigitte Emme's close up photo of her Coral Beauty (Centropyge bispinosus). Page 2.

Keoki and Yuko Stenders' Coral Beauty Angelfish (Centropyge bispinosus) photo, picture
Keoki and Yuko Stenders' Coral Beauty Angelfish (Centropyge bispinosus) photo. Page 3.

Mark Stonecipher's Coral Beauty Angelfish (Centropyge bispinosus) photo, picture
Mark Stonecipher's Coral Beauty Angelfish (Centropyge bispinosus). Page 5.

Sherrie Ruffler's Coral Beauty Angelfish (Centropyge bispinosus) photo, picture
Sherrie Ruffler's photo of her Coral Beauty Angelfish (Centropyge bispinosus). Page 4.

Todd Gunderson's Coral Beauty Angelfish (Centropyge bispinosus) photo, picture
Todd Gunderson's Coral Beauty Angelfish (Centropyge bispinosus) photo. Page 6.

Keoki and Yuko Stenders' Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus imperator) photo
A photo of an Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus imperator) in its juvenile phase taken by Keoki and Yuko Stender in Sliding Rock Tidepool, Samoa. This large Family Pomacanthidae species inhabits waters throughout the Indo-Pacific region. Page 2.

Black and White Bandit Angelfish (Holacanthus arculatus) photos, pictures, images
An large species endemic to Hawaiiian waters, a photo of the stunning Black and White Bandit or Banded Angelfish (Holacanthus arculatus) by Keoki and Yuko Stender. Page 2.

Blue-Girdled Angelfish (Adult) (Pomacanthus navarchus) photos, pictures, images
A photo of an adult Blue-Girdled or Majestic Angelfish (Pomacanthus navarchus) by Keoki and Yuko Stender. This large species inhabits waters of the Eastern Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific. Page 3.

Clarion Angelfish (Sub-Adult) (Holacanthus clarionesis) photos pictures images
A photo of a Clarion Angelfish (Holacanthus clarionesis) in its sub-adult phase taken by Keoki and Yuko Stender. This species inhabits regional waters off the Southern tip of Baja California. Page 4.

Cortez Angelfish (Pomacanthus zonipectus) photo, pictures, images
A photo of an adult Cortez Angelfish (Pomacanthus zonipectus) by Keoki and Yuko Stender. This large species inhabits tropical Eastern Pacific waters. Page 5.

Eibl's or Orangelined Angelfish (Centropyge eibli) photo, picture, image
An excellent close-up photo by Christian Martinsen of his Eibl's or Orangelined Angelfish (Centropyge eibli). This small dwarf or pygmy species inhabits waters of the Indo-west-Pacific region. Page 6.

Fisher's Angelfish (Centropyge fisheri) photos, pictures, images
A small dwarf or pygmy species endemic to Hawaii and surrounding regional island waters, this photo of a Fisher's Angelfish (Centropyge fisheri) living in coral rubble was shot by Keoki and Yuko Stender on Angel Ledge, Midway at 95'. Page 7.

French Angelfish (Adult) (Pomacanthus paru) photo, picture, image
A photo of two adult French Angelfishes (Pomacanthus paru) by Keoki and Yuko Stender. This large species inhabits tropical Atlantic waters. Page 8.

Gray Angelfish (Pomacanthus arcuatus) photo, picture, image
A photo of an adult Gray Angelfish (Pomacanthus arcuatus) by Keoki and Yuko Stender. This large species inhabits waters of the Western Atlantic. Page 9.

Koran Angelfish (Pomacanthus semicirculatus) photo, picture, image
From Frank Santiago, photo of a juvenile Koran Angelfish (Pomacanthus semicirculatus) pictured with a Dussumier Tang and Foxface Rabbitfish in his 75g aquarium. Page 10.

Lemonpeel Angelfish (Centropyge flavissimus) photo, picture, image
A photo of the Lemonpeel Angelfish (Centropyge flavissimus) by Keoki and Yuko Stender. This dwarf of pygmy species inhabits the waters of the Indo-Pacific, but has been found as an aquarium release in Kaneohe Bay and Keehi Lagoon on the island of Oahu in Hawai'i. Page 11.

Bar Chaim's Blueface Angelfish (Adult) photo, picture
From Bar Chaim, a stunning close-up photo of his adult Blueface Angelfish (Pomacanthus xanthometopon). Page 4.

Kelly Hawkins' Blueface Angelfish (Pomacanthus xanthometopon) photo, picture
A photo of a Blueface or Yellowface Angelfish (Pomacanthus xanthometopon) in its sub-adult phase from Kelly Hawkins. Page 2.

Keoki and Yuko Stenders' Blueface or Yellowface Angelfish (Pomacanthus xanthometopon) photo, picture
A photo of an adult Blueface or Yellowface Angelfish (Pomacanthus xanthometopon) by Keoki and Yuko Stender. Page 3.

Steve Mak's Sub Adult Blueface Angelfish photo
Steve Mak's Sub Adult Blueface Angelfish photo. Page 5.

Anthony Allen's Lawnmower Blenny (Salarias fasciatus)
Anthony Allen's terrific close up photo of his Lawnmower Blenny (Salarias fasciatus). Page 13.

Ewa Fangblenny (Plagiotremus ewaensis) picture, photo, image
From Keoki's Fish Corner, a close up photo of an Ewa Fangblenny (Plagiotremus ewaensis) which is endemic to Hawaii and has an elongated orange brown body with two neon blue stripes and clear orange fins. This fish lives in vermetid snail tubes and pretends to be a cleaner wrasse and bites chunks out of other fishes. Attains 4 inches in length. Page 14.

Phyllis Daniels' Canary Lyretail Blenny photo
A photo fo Phyllis Daniels' Canary Lyretail Blenny entered in the About Saltwater Aquariums May 2000 Photo Contest. Page 20.

Jonathan Dillman's Unknown Species Blenny photo
Jonathan Dillman's close up photo of his unknown species Blenny. Page 21.

Animated Fremblii Butterflyfish and Yellow Tang Gifs
Animated Fremblii Butterflyfish and Yellow Tang Gifs. Page 8.

Animated Fremblii Butterflyfish and Yellow Tang Gifs
Animated Fremblii Butterflyfish and Yellow Tang Gifs. Page 7.

Animated Shark Clipart
Animated Shark Clipart. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 5.

Blue-Striped Butterflyfish Images
Blue-Striped Butterflyfish Images. Page 6.

Christmas Palm Tree w/Presents Clipart
Christmas Palm Tree w/Presents Clipart. Page 2.

Large Non-Animated Bubbles Clipart
Large Non-Animated Bubbles Clipart. Page 3.

Small Animated Bubbles Clipart
Small Animated Bubbles Clipart Saltwater Aquariums. Page 4.

FREE Jellyfish Images
FREE Jellyfish Images. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 11.

FREE Jellyfish Images
FREE Jellyfish Images. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 12.

Hammerhead Shark Cameo
Hammerhead Shark Cameo. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 9.

Marine Clipart Created by Debbie Hauter
Marine Clipart Created by Debbie Hauter Page 10.

The Island of Maui from Pukoo Beach on Moloka'i, Hawaii
The Island of Maui from Pukoo Beach on Moloka'i, Hawaii. Page 13.

Waikiki Beach Ocean View Sunset Photo #3
Waikiki Beach Ocean View Sunset Photo #3. Page 14.

Debbie and Stan's Leafy Seadragon Picture - Seadragons Picture Gallery - Photos of Weedy or Leafy Seadragons
Seadragons on the largest of seahorse allies, attaining lengths of almost 18 inches. Browse this index of Seadragon pictures to look at photos and learn interesting facts about these rare and unique tube-snouted Family Syngnathiformes fishes commonly known as Weedy or Leafy Seadragons. Page 3.

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 4.

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 6.

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 5.

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 7.

Keoki Stender's Sea Dragon (Phycodurus eques) Picture
Sea Dragon (Phycodurus eques) Picture Page 8.

Keoki Stender's Sea Dragon (Phycodurus eques) Picture
Keoki Stender's Sea Dragon (Phycodurus eques) Picture . Page 9.

Koki Stender's Sea Dragon (Phyllopterus taeniolatus) Picture
Keoki Stender's Sea Dragon (Phyllopterus taeniolatus) Picture. Page 10.

A photo of Multiple types of Coralline Algae -
Here is a photo of a powerhead with 3 types of Coralline Algae and one type of Green Algae on it. Page 3.

Our 92g Reef on 01/14/09 - Left Side of Tank Close-up Photo View - Stan and Debbie's 92g Reef Aquarium Pictures
Here's a close-up photo of the left side of our 92g reef tank on 01/14/09. Corals on this side of the aquarium are a soft colt and a finger leather coral, orange mushrooms, a couple colonies of brown and green button polyps, an encrusting Hydnophora spp. stony coral, and lots of brown and green mushrooms. But that's not all! Page 11.

Our 92g Reef on 01/14/09 - Right Side of Tank Photo View - Stan and Debbie's 92g Reef Aquarium Pictures
Now over a year old, in this 01/14/09 picture of our 92g reef tank you can see that the two main attractions on the right side of the aquarium are the toadstool mushroom leather coral and green star polyps colony. Shown above the mushroom leather coral, which now stands at least 13 inches high, is a long tentacled anemone that is home to our Fire Clownfish. Page 10.

Red Slime Algae Photo
Red Slime Algae Photo. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 2.

Red Slime Algae Photo
Red Slime Algae Photo. Saltwater Aquariums.

Red Slime Algae Photo
Red Slime Algae Photo. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 3.

DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet - Base
DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet - Base. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 8.

DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet - Corner Trim
DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet - Corner Trim. Page 10.

DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet Graphics - Plywood Cut Plan Sheet #1
DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet Graphics - Plywood Cut Plan Sheet #1. Page 5.

DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet Graphics - End View
DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet Graphics - End View. Page 4.

DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet Front View Graphic
DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet Front View Graphic. Page 2.

DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet Graphics - Plywood Cutout #2
DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet Graphics - Plywood Cutout #2. Page 6.

DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet Graphics Top View
DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet Graphics Top View. Page 3.

DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet - Hinges
DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet - Hinges. Page 9.

DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet - Inside Door View
DIY Oak Aquarium Cabinet - Inside Door View. Page 7.

Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of a Whitemargined Moray Eel Gymnothorax albimarginatus
Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of a Whitemargined Moray Eel (Gymnothorax albimarginatus). Page 10.

Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of a Whitemouth Moray Eel Gymnothorax meleagris
Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of a Whitemouth Moray Eel (Gymnothorax meleagris). Page 11.

Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of a Yellowmargin Moray Eel Gymnothorax flavimarginatus.
Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of a Yellowmargin Moray Eel (Gymnothorax flavimarginatus). Page 12.

Alex Choy's Snowflake Moray Eel (Echidna nebulosa)
Alex Choy's Snowflake Moray Eel (Echidna nebulosa). Page 14.

Dan Kirk's Echidna nubulosa Snowflake Moray Eel
Dan Kirk's Snowflake Moray Eel (Echidna nubulosa). Page 16.

Debbie Hauter's Snowflake Moray Eel Photo
Debbie Hauter's Snowflake Moray Eel Photo. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Dragon Moray Eel
Keoki Stender's Dragon Moray Eel. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Dragon Moray Eel
Keoki Stender's Dragon Moray Eel. Page 2.

Richard Pyle's Dragon Moray Eel
Richard Pyle's Dragon Moray Eel Page 4.

Sammi Baker's Snowflake Eel - Echidna nubulosa
Sammi Baker's Snowflake Eel (Echidna nubulosa). Page 6.

Spencer Shepard's Snowflake Echidna nubulosa Eel
Spencer Shepard's Snowflake (Echidna nubulosa) Eel. Page 15.

Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of a Steindachner's Moray Eel Gymnothorax steindachneri
Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of a Steindachner's Moray Eel (Gymnothorax steindachneri). Page 7.

Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of a Stout Moray Eel Gymnothorax eurostus
Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of a Stout Moray Eel (Gymnothorax eurostus). Page 8.

Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of an Undulated Moray Eel Gymnothorax undulatus
Keoki and Yuko Stender's photo of an Undulated Moray Eel (Gymnothorax undulatus). Page 9.

A photo of Galaxaura rugosa algae (seaweed) - A photo of Galaxaura rugosa algae (seaweed)
A photo of Galaxaura rugosa algae (seaweed). Page 13.

A photo of Galaxura filamentosa algae (seaweed) - A photo of Galaxura filamentosa algae (seaweed)
A photo of Galaxura filamentosa algae (seaweed). Page 14.

A photo of Halymenia formosa algae (seaweed)
A photo of Halymenia formosa algae (seaweed). Page 25.

A photo of Botryocladia skottsbergii algae - A photo of Botryocladia skottsbergii algae
A photo of Botryocladia skottsbergii algae. Page 9.

A photo of Centroceras clavulatum algae - A photo of Centroceras clavulatum algae
A photo of Centroceras clavulatum algae. Page 10.

A photo of Dasya iridescens algae - A photo of Dasya iridescens algae
A photo of Dasya iridescens algae. Page 11.

A photo of Dichotomaria marginata algae - A photo of Dichotomaria marginata algae
A photo of Dichotomaria marginata algae. Page 12.

A photo of Acanthophora spicifera algae - A photo of Acanthophora spicifera algae
A photo of Acanthophora spicifera algae. Page 2.

A photo of Actinotrichia fragilis algae - A photo of Actinotrichia fragilis algae
A photo of Actinotrichia fragilis algae. Page 3.

A photo of Ahnfeltiopsis concinna algae - A photo of Ahnfeltiopsis concinna algae
A photo of Ahnfeltiopsis concinna algae. Page 4.

A photo of Ahnfeltiopsis flabelliformis algae - A photo of Ahnfeltiopsis flabelliformis algae
A photo of Ahnfeltiopsis flabelliformis algae. Page 5.

A photo of Amphiroa valonioides algae - A photo of Amphiroa valonioides algae
A photo of Amphiroa valonioides algae. Page 6.

A photo of Asparagopsis taxiformis algae - A photo of Asparagopsis taxiformis algae
A photo of Asparagopsis taxiformis algae. Page 7.

A photo of Bangia atropurpurea algae - A photo of Bangia atropurpurea algae
A photo of Bangia atropurpurea algae. Page 8.

Darryl's DIY Do It Yourself 180g Reef Tank photo
Darryl's DIY (Do It Yourself) 180g Reef Tank photo. Page 2.

Jerry's DIY Do It Yourself 170g Reef Tank photo
Jerry's DIY (Do It Yourself) 170g Reef Tank photo. Page 3.

B.J.'s DIY Do It Yourself 125g Tank photo
B.J.'s DIY (Do It Yourself) 125g Tank photo. Page 7.

Chris's DIY Do It Yourself 125g Reef Tank photo
Chris's DIY (Do It Yourself) 125g Reef Tank photo. Page 5.

Darrin's DIY Do It Yourself 55g Reef Tank Photo
Darrin's DIY (Do It Yourself) 55g Reef Tank Photo. Page 14.

Eric's DIY Do It Yourself 150g Reef Tank photo
Eric's DIY (Do It Yourself) 150g Reef Tank photo. Page 4.

Joey's 45g DIY Do It Yourself TV Reef Tank Photo
Joey's 45g DIY (Do It Yourself) TV Reef Tank Photo. Page 15.

Kathy's DIY Do It Yourself 125g FO Tank photo
Kathy's DIY (Do It Yourself) 125g FO Tank photo. Page 6.

Mike's DIY Do It Yourself 55g Reef Tank photo
Mike's DIY (Do It Yourself) 55g Reef Tank photo. Page 13.

Paul's DIY Do It Yourself 110g Reef Tank photo
Paul's DIY (Do It Yourself) 110g Reef Tank photo. Page 8.

Peggy's DIY Do It Yourself 55g Fish-Only Tank photo
Peggy's DIY (Do It Yourself) 55g Fish-Only Tank photo. Page 11.

Rich's DIY Do It Yourself 55g Reef Tank
Rich's DIY (Do It Yourself) 55g Reef Tank. Page 12.

Sammi Baker's DIY Do It Yourself F.O. Tank photo
Sammi Baker's DIY (Do It Yourself) F.O. Tank photo. Page 10.

Steve's DIY Do It Yourself 65g Reef Tank photo
Steve's DIY (Do It Yourself) 65g Reef Tank photo. Page 9.

Two Tone Damselfish
Brandon Leed's Two Tone Damselfish. Page 3.

Brandon Leed's Yellow Tail Damselfish
Brandon Leed's Yellow Tail Damselfish Page 2.

Four Stripe Damselfish
Dena Zingelewicz's photo of her Four Stripe Damselfish. Page 4.

Yellow-tail Damsel (Chrysiptera parasema)
Alex Chen's photo of his Yellow-tail Damsel (Chrysiptera parasema). Page 5.

Domino Damnsel (Dascyllus albisella)
Joe Martin's Domino Damnsel (Dascyllus albisella). Page 6.

Blue Green Chromis (Chromis viridis)
Jonathan Dillman's photo of his Blue Green Chromis (Chromis viridis). Page 7.

Keoki Stender's Acapulco Gregory Damsel (Stegastes acapulcoensis)
Keoki Stender's Acapulco Gregory Damsel (Stegastes acapulcoensis). Page 8.

Keoki Stender's Agile Chromis (Chromis agilis)
Keoki Stender's Agile Chromis (Chromis agilis). Page 9.

Keoki Stender's Blackfin Chromis (Chromis vanderbilti)
Keoki Stender's Blackfin Chromis (Chromis vanderbilti). Page 10.

Keoki Stemder's Blacksmith Chromis (Chromis punctipinnis)
Keoki Stemder's Blacksmith Chromis (Chromis punctipinnis). Page 11.

Keoki Stender's Blackspot Chromis (Chromis atripectoralis)
Keoki Stender's Blackspot Chromis (Chromis atripectoralis). Page 12.

Keoki Stender's Blue Chromis (Chromis cyanea) picture
Keoki Stender's Blue Chromis (Chromis cyanea) picture. Page 13.

Keoki Stender's Blueeye Damselfish (Plectroglyphidodon johnstonianus) picture
Keoki Stender's Blueeye Damselfish (Plectroglyphidodon johnstonianus) picture. Page 14.

Keoki Stender's Chocolate-Dip Chromis (Chromis hanui) picture
Keoki Stender's Chocolate-Dip Chromis (Chromis hanui) picture. Page 15.

Keoki Stender's Dusky Gregory (Stegastes nigricans) picture
Keoki Stender's Dusky Gregory (Stegastes nigricans) picture. Page 16.

Keoki Stender's Hawaiian Gregory (Stegastes marginatus) picture
Keoki Stender's Hawaiian Gregory (Stegastes marginatus) picture. Page 18.

Keoki Stender's Humbug Dascyllus (Dascyllus aruanus) picture
Keoki Stender's Humbug Dascyllus (Dascyllus aruanus) picture. Page 19.

Keoki Stender's Indo-Pacific Sergeant (Abudefduf vaigiensis) picture
Keoki Stender's Indo-Pacific Sergeant (Abudefduf vaigiensis) picture. Page 20.

Keoki Stender's Jewel Damselfish (Plectroglyphidodon lacrymatus) picture
Keoki Stender's Jewel Damselfish (Plectroglyphidodon lacrymatus) picture. Page 21.

Keoki Stender's Juvenile Beaubrummel Gregory (Stegastes flavilatus) picture
Keoki Stender's Juvenile Beaubrummel Gregory (Stegastes flavilatus) picture. Page 22.

Keoki Stender's Hawaiian Sergeant (Abudefduf abdominalis) picture
Keoki Stender's Hawaiian Sergeant (Abudefduf abdominalis) picture. Page 23.

Keoki Stender's King Damselfish (Chrysiptera rex) picture
Keoki Stender's King Damselfish (Chrysiptera rex) picture Page 24.

Keoki Stender's Limbaugh's Chromis (Chromis limbaughi) picture
Keoki Stender's Limbaugh's Chromis (Chromis limbaughi) picture Page 25.

Keoki Stender's Midget Chromis (Chromis acares) picture
Keoki Stender's Midget Chromis (Chromis acares) picture. Page 26.

Keoki Stender's Oval Chromis (Chromis ovalis) picture
Keoki Stender's Oval Chromis (Chromis ovalis) picture. Page 27.

John Hoover's Rock Damselfish (Plectroglyphidodon phoenixensis) picture
John Hoover's Rock Damselfish (Plectroglyphidodon phoenixensis) picture. Page 28.

Keoki Stender's Rolland's Damselfish (Chrysiptera rollandi) picture
Keoki Stender's Rolland's Damselfish (Chrysiptera rollandi) picture. Page 29.

Keoki Stender's Samoan Damselfish or South Seas Devil (Chrysiptera taupou) picture
Keoki Stender's Samoan Damselfish or South Seas Devil (Chrysiptera taupou) picture Page 30.

Keoki Stender's Scissorstail Chromis (Chromis atrilobata) picture
Keoki Stender's Scissorstail Chromis (Chromis atrilobata) picture was taken at 30' off Cabo Pulmo, Baja California. Page 31.

Keoki Stender's Similar Damselfish (Pomacentrus similis) picture
Keoki Stender's Similar Damselfish (Pomacentrus similis) picture Page 32.

Keoki Stender's Staghorn Damselfish (Amblyglyphidodon curacao) picture
Keoki Stender's Staghorn Damselfish (Amblyglyphidodon curacao) picture. Page 33.

Keoki Stender's Garibaldi (Hypsypops rubicunda) picture
Keoki Stender's Garibaldi (Hypsypops rubicunda) picture. Page 17.

Keoki Stender's Threespot Chromis (Chromis verater) picture
Keoki Stender's Threespot Chromis (Chromis verater) picture Page 34.

Keoki Stender's Variable Chromis (Chromis xanthura) picture
Keoki Stender's Variable Chromis (Chromis xanthura) picture. Page 35.

Keoki Stender's White Damsel (Dischistodus perspicillatus) picture
Keoki Stender's White Damsel (Dischistodus perspicillatus) picture Page 36.

Keoki Stender's Whitebar Damsel (Plectroglyphidodon leucozonus) picture
Keoki Stender's Whitebar Damsel (Plectroglyphidodon leucozonus) picture Page 37.

Keoki Stender's Whitetail Chromis (Chromis leucura) picture
Keoki Stender's Whitetail Chromis (Chromis leucura) picture Page 38.

Keoki Stender's Yellow-Belly Damsel (Pomacentrus auriventris) picture
Keoki Stender's Yellow-Belly Damsel (Pomacentrus auriventris) picture Page 39.

Keoki Stender's Juvenile White Spot Damsel (Dascyllus albisella) Picture
Keoki Stender's Juvenile White Spot Damsel (Dascyllus albisella) Picture. Page 41.

Keoki Stender's White Spot Damsel (Dascyllus albisella) picture
Keoki Stender's White Spot Damsel (Dascyllus albisella) picture Page 40.

Keoki Stender's False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) picture
Keoki Stender's False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) picture. Page 20.

Keoki Stender's False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) picture
Keoki Stender's False Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) picture. Page 21.

Keoki Stender's Mated Pair of Maroon Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) picture
Keoki Stender's Mated Pair of Maroon Clownfish (Premnas biaculeatus) picture. Page 26.

Mangrove Growth 10-16-05
Mangrove Growth 10-16-05 Saltwater Aquariums. Page 3.

Mangrove Growth 10-10-05
Mangrove Growth 10-10-05 Saltwater Aquariums. Page 2.

Mangrove Growth 10-02-05
Mangrove Growth 10-02-05. Saltwater Aquariums.

Mangrove Growth 10-23-05
Mangrove Growth 10-23-05. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 4.

Mangrove Growth 10-30-05
Mangrove Growth 10-30-05 Saltwater Aquariums. Page 5.

Mangrove Growth 11-07-05
Mangrove Growth 11-07-05 Saltwater Aquariums. Page 6.

Mangrove Growth 01-23-06
Mangrove Growth 01-23-06. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 7.

Top Marine Reef Aquarium Automatic Dosers - Marine Reef Aquarium Automatic Dosers
When it comes to the growth and health of corals and other invertebrates in reef tanks, most aquarists have found the best results are acquired by dosing the aquarium with calcium, liquid vitamins and other beneficial supplements on a regular, if not daily basis. You can take the

Top Saltwater Marine Aquarium Sand and Substrate - Saltwater Marine Aquarium Sand and Substrate - Saltwater Marine Aquarium Sand and Substrate
Every saltwater aquarium needs a good substrate base. From

Top Marine Fish and Invertebrate Foods - Marine Fish Invertebrate Foods - Marine Fish Invertebrate Foods
Saltwater aquarists utilize a wide variety of fish foods to provide the proper nutrition for the personal mix of fishes and invertebrates they have in their tanks. While some aquarists find that basic flake or pellet fish foods are adequate, others prefer to mix various foods to give their fish a more fully balanced vitamin enriched diet. The following food sources are not only good choices for feeding captive fish, but are ideal ingredients for mixing into do-it-yourself food recipes as well. Page 5.

Top Marine Aquarium Calcium Supplements - Marine Aquarium Calcium Supplements - Saltwater Aquarium Calcium Supplements
Calcium is necessary for the growth of hard corals, soft corals, and other reef invertebrates such as tube worms, snails and clams, as well as purple, pink and green coralline algae. As calcium is depleted in reef aquariums, supplements can be used to replenish the calcium levels. Page 4.

Negative Leafy Seadragon Picture
Debbie Hauter's Negative Leafy Seadragon picture. Page 7.

Leafy Seadragon Picture - Photos, Images and Pictures of the Leafy Seadragon
Taken by your Guides at the Waikiki Aquarium, a photo of the Phycodurus eques species Leafy Seadragon with size and camouflage information included. Page 5.

Leafy Seadragon Picture - Photos, Images and Pictures of the Leafy Seadragon
Taken by your Guides at the Waikiki Aquarium, a photo of the Phycodurus eques species Leafy Seadragon with some reproduction information included. Page 4.

Leafy Seadragon Picture - Pictures, images and photos of the Leafy Seadragon
Taken by your Guides at the Waikiki Aquarium, a photo of the Phycodurus eques species Leafy Seadragon with habitat and feeding information included. Page 3.

Leafy Seadragon
Taken by your Guides at the Waikiki Aquarium, a photo of the Phycodurus eques species Leafy Seadragon with identification and distribution information included. Page 2.

Jessica Johnson's photo of a Leafy Seadragon (Phycodurus eques)
Jessica Johnson's photo of a Leafy Seadragon (Phycodurus eques), taken at the Waikiki Aquarium. Page 6.

Top Parasite Medications - Treatments for Ich and Other Parasites in Marine, Saltwater Aquariums
Parasitic infestations in a saltwater aquarium are among the most feared and difficult to treat. There are a number of medications on the market designed to prevent and/or eliminate parasites. Some can be used with invertebrates, some can not. Page 6.

Top Marine Fish and Invertebrate Care Books - Books about Fish and Invertebrate Care Books
Before buying fish, corals and other invertebrates to put into a basic saltwater or a reef aquarium, it is vital to the well being of each animal that you know everything about them first. Read reviews and compare prices on these Saltwater Aquarium Fish and Invertebrate Care Books chosen by your About.com Guides as some of the best identification, profile and captive aquarium care guides for any saltwater hobbyist to have in their reference library. Page 8.

Top Saltwater Aquarium Red Slime Removers - Saltwater Aquarium Red Slime Algae Removers
If you are you having a persistent problem with red slime algae (cyanobacteria) in your saltwater aquarium or reef tank, here are our top pick remedies that can be used to eliminate this nuisance algae when all else has failed to do so. As with any product one chooses to use, read and follow the instructions for usage as directed. Page 7.

Top Saltwater Aquarium Systems Starter Books - Marine Aquarium Systems Starter Books - Top Saltwater Aquarium Systems Starter Books
Read reviews and compare prices on these overall basic saltwater and reef aquarium set up and care books considered by your About.com Guides to be some of the best to get started with. Excellent choices for beginners, from planning and setting up the kind of saltwater system you want to keep, to selecting and caring for marine fish and invertebrates, to maintaining the system, and more, these top pick saltwater systems starter books cover it all. Page 11.

Top Saltwater Aquarium Test Kits - Top Kits for testing marine water in saltwater aquariums
Here is a list of popular brand name lines of test kits that are most often chosen by saltwater and reef aquarium keepers. With a full range of standard aquarium to specialized reef tank water testing kits available, these manufacturer's test kit lines are ones we consider to be reliable, accurate, easy to use, and affordable. Because these test kits utilize a wide variety of dry chemical powder and table or liquid solution reagents, why not try the various types out to see which you like best. Page 10.

Top Sea Salt Mixes - Top Sea Salt Mixes used in Marine Saltwater Aquariums - Sea Salt Mixes used in Marine Saltwater Aquariums - Top Sea Salt Mixes
Here are the top sea salt mixes on the market today which are used in saltwater aquariums. Compare prices on sea salt mixes. Page 9.

Ryan Paxton's Clown Grouper (Pogonoperca punctata) picture
A picture of Ryan Paxton's Clown Grouper (Pogonoperca punctata) in his 45g tank. Page 9.

Keoki Stender's Female Schlegel's Grouper (Caprodon schlegeli) picture
From Keoki's Fish Corner a female Schlegel's Grouper (Caprodon schlegeli) which lives deeper than 300 feet (100 feet at Midway and Japan), attains 16 inches in length and is one of the most beautiful groupers. This photo was taken at the Toba Aquarium, Japan. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Male Schlegel's Grouper (Caprodon schlegeli) picture
From Keoki's Fish Corner a male Schlegel's Grouper (Caprodon schlegeli) which lives deeper than 300 feet (100 feet at Midway and Japan), attains 16 inches in length and is one of the most beautiful groupers. This photo was taken at the Toba Aquarium, Japan. This is one of the most beautiful groupers. Page 7.

Keoki Stender's Male Schlegel's Grouper (Caprodon schlegeli) picture
From Keoki's Fish Corner a male Schlegel's Grouper (Caprodon schlegeli) which lives deeper than 300 feet (100 feet at Midway and Japan), attains 16 inches in length and is one of the most beautiful groupers. This photo was taken at the Toba Aquarium, Japan. This is one of the most beautiful groupers. Page 6.

Mike Esposito's Bumblebee Grouper (Epinephelus lanceolatus) picture
An outstanding close up photo of Mike Esposito's Bumblebee Grouper (Epinephelus lanceolatus). This is the stuff nightmares are made of. Page 2.

Mike Esposito's photo of his Saddleback Grouper (Plectropomus laevis).
Mike Esposito's photo of his Saddleback Grouper (Plectropomus laevis). Page 3.

Rich DelPizzo's Miniatus Grouper (Cephalopholis miniatus) picture
A photo of Rich DelPizzo's Miniatus Grouper (Cephalopholis miniatus) displayed as an entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums July-August 2000 Photo Contest. Page 12.

F. Toomey's Mystery (species unknown) Grouper photo
F. Toomey's Mystery (species unknown) Grouper photo, taken at 40 ft. deep in open water off Ilse de San Pedro Nolasco, Near San Carlos, Mexico. Page 8.

Doug Di Leonardo's Panther Grouper (Chromileptis altivelis) picture
A photo of Doug Di Leonardo's Panther Grouper (Chromileptis altivelis) displayed as an entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums June 2002 Fish and Critter Photo Contest. Page 11.

Jon Williams' Panther Grouper (Chromileptis altivelis) picture
A photo of Jon Williams' Panther Grouper (Chromileptis altivelis) with his Snowflake Eel (Echidna nebulosa) displayed as an entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums October 2002 Fish and Critter Photo Contest. Page 10.

Keoki Stender's Peacock Grouper (Cephalopholis argus) picture
From Keoki's Fish Corner a Peacock Grouper (Cephalopholis argus) which was introduced to Hawaii from Moorea in 1956, and is now common. Attains 24 inches in length. The only large Serranid found at diving depths around the main islands. A well-known carrier of Ciguatera in Hawaii. Page 4.

Hawaiian Rock Boring Sea Urchin
Hawaiian Rock Boring Sea Urchin. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 13.

Keoki Stender's Day Octopus (Octopus cyanea) picture
Keoki Stender's Day Octopus (Octopus cyanea) picture. Page 2.

Keoki Stender's Hawaiian Bobtail Squid (Euprymna scolopes) picture
Keoki Stender's Hawaiian Bobtail Squid (Euprymna scolopes) picture. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Night Octopus (Octopus ornatus) picture
Keoki Stender's Night Octopus (Octopus ornatus) picture. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Two-Spot Octopus (Octopus bimaculatus) picture
Keoki Stender's Two-Spot Octopus (Octopus bimaculatus) picture. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Fuchsia Flatworm (Pseudoceros ferrugineus) picture
Keoki Stender's Fuchsia Flatworm (Pseudoceros ferrugineus) picture. Page 2.

Keoki Stender's Goldrim Flatworm (Pseudoceros paralaticlavus) picture
Keoki Stender's Goldrim Flatworm (Pseudoceros paralaticlavus) picture. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Hawaiian Spotted Flatworm (Pseudobiceros sp.) picture
Keoki Stender's Hawaiian Spotted Flatworm (Pseudobiceros sp.) picture. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Jebb's Flatworm (Pseudoceros jebborum) picture
Keoki Stender's Jebb's Flatworm (Pseudoceros jebborum) picture. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Margined Flatworm (Callioplana marginata) picture
Keoki Stender's Margined Flatworm (Callioplana marginata) picture. Page 6.

Keoki Stender's Purse Shell Flatworm (Pericelis sp.) picture
Keoki Stender's Purse Shell Flatworm (Pericelis sp.) picture. Page 7.

Keoki Stender's Stella's Flatworm (Pseudobiceros stellae) picture
Keoki Stender's Stella's Flatworm (Pseudobiceros stellae) picture. Page 8.

Keoki Stender's Tiger Flatworm (Pseudobiceros sp.) picture
Keoki Stender's Tiger Flatworm (Pseudobiceros sp.) picture. Page 9.

Colin Dunlop's Baby Common European Cuttlefish Eating a Goldfish
Colin Dunlop's Baby Common European Cuttlefish Eating a Goldfish. Page 7.

Charles Raabe's Baby Cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) picture
Charles Raabe's Baby Cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) picture. Page 6.

Red Slime & Green Hair Algae
Red Slime & Green Hair Algae Saltwater Aquariums. Page 4.

Purple and Green Coralline Algae Picture
A picture of green and purple Coralline Algae which was growing on the glass of a 55g FOWLR tank which had very high nitrate levels. The lighting on this tank was a 40 watt 6500K and a 40 watt actinic blue fluorescent. Page 4.

Red Slime Algae in a 29g Lionfish Tank
Red Slime Algae in a 29g Lionfish Tank. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Common Sea Hare (Dolabrifera dolabrifera) Picture
Keoki Stender's Common Sea Hare (Dolabrifera dolabrifera) picture. Page 2.

Keoki Stender's Eared Sea Hare (Dolabella auricularia) picture
Keoki Stender's Eared Sea Hare (Dolabella auricularia) picture. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Eyed Sea Hare (Aplysia oculifera) picture
Keoki Stender's Eyed Sea Hare (Aplysia oculifera) picture. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Giant Sea Hare (Aplysia vaccaria) picture
Keoki Stender's Giant Sea Hare (Aplysia vaccaria) picture. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Lined Sea Hare (Stylocheilus striatus) picture
Keoki Stender's Lined Sea Hare (Stylocheilus striatus) picture. Page 6.

Keoki Stender's Small Sea Hare (Aplysia parvula) picture
Keoki Stender's Small Sea Hare (Aplysia parvula) picture. Page 7.

Keoki Stender's White-Speckled Sea Hare (Aplysia dactylomela) picture
Keoki Stender's White-Speckled Sea Hare (Aplysia dactylomela) picture. Page 9.

Keoki Stender's White-Speckled Sea Hare (Aplysia dactylomela) picture
Keoki Stender's White-Speckled Sea Hare (Aplysia dactylomela) picture. Page 8.

Keoki and Yukos Stenders' Spaghetti Worm Photo
Keoki and Yukos Stenders' Spaghetti Worm Photo. Page 2.

Keoki Stender's Juvenile Stareye Parrotfish (Calotomus carolinus) Picture
Keoki Stender's Juvenile Stareye Parrotfish (Calotomus carolinus) picture. Page 2.

Todd Gunderson's Aurora Australis Parrotfish picture
Todd Gunderson's Aurora Australis Parrotfish picture. Page 7.

Keoki Stender's Botryllus spp. Sea Squirt or Tunicate Photo
Keoki Stender's Botryllus spp. Sea Squirt or Tunicate Photo. Page 6.

Keoki Stender's Christmas Tree Worm (Spirobranchus giganteus) picture
Keoki Stender's Christmas Tree Worm (Spirobranchus giganteus) picture. Page 5.

Debbie Hauter's Hawaiian Orange Fireworm (Eurythoe complanata) Photo
Debbie Hauter's Hawaiian Orange Fireworm (Eurythoe complanata) Photo. Page 4.

Keoki and Yukos' Spiny Scale Worm (Iphione muricata) picture
To look at it, you would never think it was a worm. Keoki and Yukos' Spiny Scale Worm (Iphione muricata) photo, taken off Manana Island, Oahu at 30'. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Male Palenose Parrotfish (Scarus psittacus) picture
Keoki Stender's Male Palenose Parrotfish (Scarus psittacus) picture. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Male Regal Parrotfish (Scarus dubius) picture
Keoki Stender's Male Regal Parrotfish (Scarus dubius) picture. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Male Stareye Parrotfish (Calotomus carolinus) picture
Keoki Stender's Male Stareye Parrotfish (Calotomus carolinus) picture. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Male Yellowbar Parrotfish (Calotomus zonarchus) picture
Keoki Stender's Male Yellowbar Parrotfish (Calotomus zonarchus) picture. Page 6.

Gary Harmon's Painted Parrotfish Picture
Gary Harmon's Painted Parrotfish picture. Page 8.

Keoki Stender's Table Coral (Acropora paniculata) picture
Keoki Stender's Table Coral (Acropora paniculata) picture. Page 5.

Keoki Stender's Table Coral (Acropora millepora) picture
Keoki Stender's Table Coral (Acropora millepora) picture. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Table Coral (Acropora gemmifera) picture
Keoki Stender's Table Coral (Acropora gemmifera) picture. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Table Coral (Acropora cytherea) picture.
Keoki Stender's Table Coral (Acropora cytherea) picture. Page 2.

Joe Pasnik's Blue Tunicate picture
Joe Pasnik's Blue Tunicate picture. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Botryllus spp. Sea Squirt picture.
Keoki Stender's Botryllus spp. Sea Squirt picture. Page 2.

Nelson Nunes' Brazilian Red Ball Sponge Picture
Nelson Nunes' Brazilian Red Ball Sponge Picture. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Rose Colonial Tunicate Picture
Keoki Stender's Rose Colonial Tunicate Picture. Page 6.

Keoki Stender's Rose Colonial Tunicate Picture
Keoki Stender's Rose Colonial Tunicate Picture. Page 5.

David Eller's Elegance Coral (Catalaphyllia jardinei) photo
A picture of David Eller's Elegance Coral (Catalaphyllia jardinei) displayed in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 12.

Ed Herandez' 120g Reef Tank - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest
Ed Herandez' 120g Reef Tank - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 5.

Eric Castren's Percula Clownfish & Host Anemone - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquarium January 2000 Photo Contest
Eric Castren's Percula Clownfish & Host Anemone - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquarium January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 9.

Jason Day's 125g Reef Tank - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest
Jason Day's 125g Reef Tank - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 8.

Jimmy Ng Chee Meng's Blue Maxima Clam - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest
Jimmy Ng Chee Meng's Blue Maxima Clam - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 6.

Lawrence Wang's 135g Reef Tank Picture - Grand Prize Winner of the January 2000 Photo Contest
Lawrence Wang's 135g Reef Tank Picture - Grand Prize Winner of the January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 3.

Pat Walters' Christmas Tree Worm Rock (Spirobranchus giganteus) picture - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest
Pat Walters' Christmas Tree Worm Rock (Spirobranchus giganteus) picture - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 10.

Peggy Copeland's 65g Reef Tank - 2nd Place Tie, Honorable Mention Winner in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest
Peggy Copeland's 65g Reef Tank - 2nd Place Tie, Honorable Mention Winner in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 7.

Phyllis Daniels' Striped Mushroom Corals (Actinodisc sp.)
Phyllis Daniels' Striped Mushroom Corals (Actinodisc sp.). Page 13.

Roger Brauer's 600g Fully Systemized Reef Aquarium - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest
Roger Brauer's 600g Fully Systemized Reef Aquarium - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 11.

Steve Whitt's Mated Clownfish Picture - 2nd Place Tie Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest
Steve Whitt's Mated Clownfish Picture - 2nd Place Tie Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 2.

Suzanne Wickstrom's 55g Reef Tank - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest
Suzanne Wickstrom's 55g Reef Tank - Entry in the About Saltwater Aquariums January 2000 Photo Contest. Page 4.

Keoki Stender's Barnacle Blenny (Acanthemblemaria macrospilus) picture, photo, image
Keoki Stender's Barnacle Blenny (Acanthemblemaria macrospilus) picture, photo, image. Page 23.

Keoki Stender's Browncheek Blenny (Acanthemblemaria crockeri) Picture, Photo, Image
Keoki's Browncheek Blenny (Acanthemblemaria crockeri) Picture, Photo, Image. Page 22.

Keoki Stender's Gargantuan Blenny (Cirripectes obscurus) Picture, Image, Photo
Keoki Stender's Gargantuan Blenny (Cirripectes obscurus) Picture, Image, Photo. Page 24.

Keoki Stender's Scarface Blenny (Cirripectes vanderbilti) picture, photo, image
Keoki Stender's Scarface Blenny (Cirripectes vanderbilti) picture, photo, image. Page 25.

Keoki Stender's Bay Blenny (Hypsoblennius gentilis) picture, photo, image
Keoki Stender's Bay Blenny (Hypsoblennius gentilis) picture, photo, image. Page 31.

Keoki Stender's Carmine Triplefin (Enneactes carminalis) picture, image, photo
Keoki Stender's Carmine Triplefin (Enneactes carminalis) picture, image, photo. Page 28.

Keoki Stender's Ewa Fangblenny (Plagiotremus ewaensis) picture, image, photo
Keoki Stender's Ewa Fangblenny (Plagiotremus ewaensis) picture, image, photo. Page 38.

Keoki Stender's Gosline's Fangblenny (Plagiotremus goslinei) picture, photo, Image
Keoki Stender's Gosline's Fangblenny (Plagiotremus goslinei) picture, photo, Image. Page 39.

Keoki Stender's Lizard Triplefin (Crocodilichthys gracilis) picture, image, photo
Keoki Stender's Lizard Triplefin (Crocodilichthys gracilis) picture, image, photo. Page 26.

Keoki Stender's Marbled Blenny (Entomacrodus marmoratus) picture, image, photo
Keoki Stender's Marbled Blenny (Entomacrodus marmoratus) picture, image, photo. Page 29.

Keoki Stender's Panamic Fangblenny (Plagiotremus azaleus) picture, image, photo
Keoki Stender's Panamic Fangblenny (Plagiotremus azaleus) picture, image, photo. Page 37.

Keoki Stender's Redside Blenny (Malacoctenus hubbsi) picture, image, photo
Keoki Stender's Redside Blenny (Malacoctenus hubbsi) picture, image, photo. Page 34.

Keoki Stender's Roundhead or Mangrove Blenny (Omobranchus obliquus) image, photo, picture
Keoki Stender's Roundhead or Mangrove Blenny (Omobranchus obliquus) image, photo, picture. Page 35.

Keoki Stender's Sonora Blenny (Malacoctenus gigas) picture, photo, image
Keoki Stender's Sonora Blenny (Malacoctenus gigas) picture, photo, image. Page 33.

Keoki Stender's Strasburg's Blenny (Entomacrodus strasburgi) picture, image, photo
Keoki Stender's Strasburg's Blenny (Entomacrodus strasburgi) picture, image, photo Page 30.

Keoki Stender's Three Lined Blenny (Ecsenius trilineatus) picture, photo, image
Keoki Stender's Three Lined Blenny (Ecsenius trilineatus) picture, photo, image. Page 27.

Keoki Stender's Zebra Blenny (Pholidichthys leucotaenia) image, picture, photo
Keoki Stender's Zebra Blenny (Pholidichthys leucotaenia) image, picture, photo. Page 36.

Keoki Stender's Zebra Blenny (Istiblennius zebra) photo, picture, image
Keoki Stender's Zebra Blenny (Istiblennius zebra) photo, picture, image. Page 32.

Steve Whitt's Mated Pair of True Percula Clownfish
Steve Whitt's Mated Pair of True Percula Clownfish. Page 29.

Steve Whitt's Winning School of Juvenile (3 month old) Percula Clowns
Steve Whitt's Winning School of Juvenile (3 month old) Percula Clowns. Page 28.

Keoki Stender's Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) Picture, Image, Photo
Keoki Stender's Percula Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) Picture, Image, Photo Page 30.

West-Indo Pacific Female Brown or Black Bird Wrasse Fish Photo - Pictures of Blue, Black, Brown, Green Bird Wrasses
Named for their color, West-Indo Pacific species female Brown or Black Bird Wrasses are creamy white colored in front and dark brown to nearly black in back. Page 2.

West-Indo Pacific Male Green Bird Wrasse Fish Photo - Pictures of Blue, Black, Brown, Green Bird Wrasses
West-Indo Pacific region Gomphosus varius species male Green Bird Wrasses are typically medium to dark green or greenish-blue in color. Page 3.

Male Green or Blue Bird Wrasse Fish Photo - Pictures of Blue, Black, Brown, Green Bird Wrasses
West-Indo Pacific species G. varius male Green Bird Wrasses can be bluer in color just like Blue Bird named G. caeruleus males of the Indian Ocean-Red Sea region. Page 4.

Adult Male Yellowtail Coris Wrasse Picture - Photos of Yellowtail Coris Wrasses - Adult Male
As this picture shows, adult male Yellowtail Coris Wrasses are truly amoungst the most beautifully colored fishes in the sea. Page 8.

Adult Male Yellowtail Coris Wrasse Fish Picture - Photos of Yellowtail Coris Wrasses - Adult Male Picture
Along with the adult female Red or Yellowtail Coris Wrasses, adult males are no doubt one of the most colorful wrasse fish species there are. Page 7.

Black and White Wrasse Fish Adult Male Picture - Photo of Black and White Wrasse Fish Adult Male
Black and White Wrasse fish describes females, but not males. A male's body is many shades of blue and green, and irregular pinkish spots cover the head region. Page 6.

Adult Female Yellowtail Coris Wrasse Fish Picture - Photos of Yellowtail Coris Wrasses
With the exception of male Yellowtail Coris Wrasses, the colors of an adult female Yellowtail Coris Wrasse fish cannot be matched by any other wrasse fish species. Page 6.

Adult Female Yellowtail Coris Wrasse Picture - Photos of Yellowtail Coris Wrasses
Photo of an adult female Yellowtail Coris Wrasse fish in all its colorful glory. Page 5.

Red Juvenile Phase Yellowtail Coris Wrasse Fish Picture - Photos of Yellowtail Coris Wrasses
As a Yellowtail Coris Wrasse fish in the red juvenile color phase of life gets older, in this picture you can see how the white bands have started to shrink and are smaller. Page 2.

Sub-Adult Yellowtail Coris Wrasse Fish Picture - Photos of Yellowtail Coris Wrasses
As a Yellowtail Coris Wrasse fish get closer to adulthood you can see in this Yellowtail Coris Wrasse picture that only a few small portions of the white bands are left, which will eventually disappear altogether once becoming a mature adult male of female as the next photos show. Page 4.

Sub-Adult Yellowtail Coris Wrasse Fish Picture - Photos of Yellowtail Coris Wrasses
You can see in this picture that as a Yellowtail Coris Wrasse fish becomes a sub-adult, its appearance is very different from that of a juvenile. No longer bright red, the body changes to a dull reddish-orange color. The white bands continue to diminish in size, bright blue-purple spots begin to appear, and the tail turns yellow, thus the name Yellowtail Coris. Page 3.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Sea Apple Cucumber
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Sea Apple Cucumber. Page 2.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Eel
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Eel. Page 9.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Coral
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Coral. Page 6.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Blue Damels hiding in Coral
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Blue Damels hiding in Coral. Page 3.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - False Percula Clownfish (Anemonefish)
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - False Percula Clownfish (Anemonefish). Page 5.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Feather Duster Tube Worm
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Feather Duster Tube Worm. Page 8.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Finger Leather Coral
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Finger Leather Coral. Page 7.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Mushroom Coral
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Mushroom Coral. Page 11.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Mushroom Corals
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Mushroom Corals. Page 10.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Pajama Cardinal Fish
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Pajama Cardinal Fish. Page 4.

Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Red Mushroom Corals
Shirlie Sharpe's Reef Tank Photo Gallery - Red Mushroom Corals. Page 12.

Dustin Stahlheber's Moorish Idol (Zanclus cornutus) picture
Dustin Stahlheber's Moorish Idol (Zanclus cornutus) picture. Page 4.

Gary Harmon's Moorish Idol (Zanclus cornutus) picture
Gary Harmon's Moorish Idol (Zanclus cornutus) picture. Page 5.

Cecilia Shepherdson's Pair of Black & White Butterflyfish (Heniochus acuminatus) picture
Cecilia Shepherdson's Pair of Black & White Butterflyfish (Heniochus acuminatus). Page 2.

Keoki Stender's Pennant Butterfly Fish (Heniochus diphreutes) picture
Keoki Stender's Pennant Butterfly Fish (Heniochus diphreutes) picture. Page 3.

Keoki Stender's Moorish Idol (Zanclus cornutus) Photo
Keoki Stender's Moorish Idol (Zanclus cornutus) Photo. Page 6.

1st Place!! Entry #3 - John Hakim's 5.5g Reef Tank
1st Place!! Entry #3 - John Hakim's 5.5g Reef Tank Page 3.

Entry #5 - Julian Lee's 12.5g Mini Reef Tank
Entry #5 - Julian Lee's 12.5g Mini Reef Tank Page 5.

Entry #4 - Earnie's 10g FOWLR Tank
Entry #4 - Earnie's 10g FOWLR Tank Page 4.

Entry #2 - Martin Eberle's 5g Reef Tank
Entry #2 - Martin Eberle's 5g Reef Tank Page 2.

Entry #2 Glenn Kellam's Passer or King Angelfish (Holacanthus passer)
Entry #2 Glenn Kellam's Passer or King Angelfish (Holacanthus passer). Page 2.

Entry #3 Harald Mülder's Acanthenblenmaria
Entry #3 Harald Mlder's Acanthenblenmaria. Page 3.

1st Place!!!! Entry #4 Lee Niewoudt's Condy Anemone Condylastus gigantea
1st Place!!!! Entry #4 Lee Niewoudt's Condy Anemone (Condylastus gigantea) Page 4.

Entry #5 Ryan Achenbach's Sailfin Leaf Fish (Taenianotus triacanthus) amongst some Mushroom and Star Polyp Corals
Entry #5 Ryan Achenbach's Sailfin Leaf Fish (Taenianotus triacanthus) amongst some Mushroom and Star Polyp Corals. Page 5.

Entry #6 Steve Mak's Blueface Angelfish (Pomacanthus xanthometopon)
Entry #6 Steve Mak's Blueface Angelfish (Pomacanthus xanthometopon). Page 6.

Entry #7 Angie Iribar's Tomato Clownfish (Amphiprion melanopus)
Entry #7 Angie Iribar's Tomato Clownfish (Amphiprion melanopus) houseplaying with Mushroom Toadstool (Sarcophyton trocheliophorum) and Yellow Seahorse (Hippocampus kuda), with a Green Bubble Coral (Plergyra sinuosa) in the foreground. Page 7.

Entry #8 Sammy Stingray's Staghorn Hermit Crab
Entry #8 Sammy Stingray's Staghorn Hermit Crab. Page 8.

Entry #10 Tom Hynes' 30g Reef Tank
Entry #10 Tom Hynes' 30g Reef Tank Page 10.

Entry #7 Ibraham Elias' 20g Reef Tank
Entry #7 Ibraham Elias' 20g Reef Tank Page 7.

Entry #8 Jonathan Dillman's 20g Reef Tank
Entry #8 Jonathan Dillman's 20g Reef Tank Page 8.

Honorable Mention Entry #6 David Leigh's 16g Reef Tank
Honorable Mention Entry #6 David Leigh's 16g Reef Tank Page 6.

Honorable Mention Entry #9 Will Aspinwall's 29g Mini Reef Tank
Honorable Mention Entry #9 Will Aspinwall's 29g Mini Reef Tank. Page 9.

Richard Pearson's 35g Reef Picture - Entry #5 September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest
Richard Pearson's 35g reef picture is listed as Entry #5 in the About Saltwater Aquariums September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 5.

Susan Switzer's 75g Reef Picture - Entry #8 September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest
This picture of Susan Switzer's 75 gallon reef tank is listed as Entry #8 in the About Saltwater Aquariums September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 8.

Wijaya Herloardjo's 300g Reef Tank - Entry #10 in September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest
This picture of Wijaya Herloardjo's 300g reef tank is listed as Entry #10 in the September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest at About Saltwater Aquariums. Page 10.

Zack Follett's 24g Reef Picture - Entry #4 - Winner of the September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest
This picture of Zack Follett's 24g reef tank listed as Entry #4 in the September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest at About Saltwater Aquariums was voted the 1st Place Winner. Page 4.

2nd Place Honorable Mention Winner - Anthony Pham's 150g Reef Tank
2nd Place Honorable Mention Winner - Anthony Pham's 150g Reef Tank. Page 2.

Brian League's 75g Reef Tank
Brian League's 75g Reef Tank. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 6.

Dave Randles' Reef Coral
Dave Randles' Reef Coral. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 11.

David Playfair's 120g Reef Tank
David Playfair's 120g Reef Tank. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 3.

Erika York's 55g Reef Tank
Erika York's 55g Reef Tank. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 8.

Janet Brassard's Blue Mushrooms
Janet Brassard's Blue Mushrooms. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 5.

Larry Boroff's Trumpet Coral
Larry Boroff's Trumpet Coral. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 10.

Pardsie's (C.Durgin) Torch Coral
Pardsie's (C.Durgin) Torch Coral. Page 4.

Phyllis Daniels' Goniporia
Phyllis Daniels' Goniporia. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 7.

Rick Peterson's 40g Reef Tank
Rick Peterson's 40g Reef Tank. Saltwater Aquariums. Page 9.

Sunset at the Pacific Beach Hotel, Waikiki, HI
Sunset at the Pacific Beach Hotel, Waikiki, HI. Page 18.

Sunset at the Pacific Beach Hotel, Waikiki, HI
Sunset at the Pacific Beach Hotel, Waikiki, HI. Page 20.

Seadragon Photo Negative Computer Art Image
Seadragon Photo Negative Computer Art Image. Page 15.

Moloka'i View to Lanai Desktop Image
Moloka'i View to Lanai Desktop Image. Page 17.

Web Page Background Image - Fish Design
Web Page Background Image - Fish Design. Page 16.

Sunset at the Pacific Beach Hotel, Waikiki, HI
Sunset at the Pacific Beach Hotel, Waikiki, HI. Page 19.

Ben Cortes' 55g Reef Picture - Entry #7 September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest
Ben Cortes' 55 gallon reef tank picture is listed as Entry #7 in the September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest at About Saltwater Aquariums. Page 7.

Darren Bonner's 20g Reef Picture - Entry #2 September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest
Darren Bonner's 20 gallon reef tank picture is listed as Entry #2 in the About Saltwater Aquariums September 2008 Reef Tank Photo Contest. Page 2.