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Reef Hobbyist Online: March 2005 Edition Introduction

March 2005 Edition Introduction
By: Scott Zachow & Gene Schwartz

Welcome to the March 2005 Edition of Reef Hobbyist Online!

We would like to welcome all of our readers to the March 2005 edition of Reef Hobbyist Online! If this is your first visit to RHO, be sure to check out our first 2 editions by clicking on Past Editions to the left. On that page you will find an overview of all previous editions of RHO.

In this edition of RHO you will notice that we have some additional content that was not in previous editions. Starting with March 2005, we are happy to announce a new section from Gene Schwartz. This addition will be a brief write up which will include details on the captive care requirements for the subject pictured on the cover of RHO. This month, the cover features a Bristle Tooth Tang from Gene’s Reef.

Extra Extra! The other addition this month is an article by Steven Pro that compliments the previous 2 part series on RHO titled “The Best Algae and Plants for Refugia”. Steven provides RHO readers some insight on the different ways to set-up refugiums and what some of the advantages and disadvantages of these set-ups are. We are very pleased to have added Steven Pro as a contributor of RHO.

Our Main Attraction this month is another article written by Anthony Calfo. Anthony, with his unique style of writing, provides us with Part 3 of his series on Best Plants and Algae for Refugiums. This edition Seagrasses are covered in depth with “Best Bets”, “Handling”, “Husbandry” and “Why Keep Seagrasses” all being covered.

RHO’s third Featured Member are two fairly new members to, ereefic and klasikb. During the past couple of months, the members of Reefland have been blessed with the beautiful reef tanks maintained by these 2 dedicated hobbyist. We didn’t want to stop there, we decided to Feature the wonderful tank they maintain and have them share all of the details behind it.

Lastly in our Media and Product Reviews, another different type of reveiw is brought to us by Scott Zachow. Clean up crews for marine aquaria have different meanings to different people. Since there is no one accepted definition of the term, some details are provided regarding 2 different types of clean up crews and the members that may make up the crews. We hope that this will help new hobbyist determine what are appropriate members to add to their clean up crew.

For anyone who doesn’t have time to sit in front of their computer to read each edition of RHO, we are pleased to provide Printable Versions. The March 2005 edition prints 26 pages for your reading pleasure. Look for the Printable Version link at the bottom of each page of RHO.

We hope that you’ll enjoy the third edition of Reef Hobbyist Online and hope to see you around as we release new editions of RHO bi-monthly.
The Staff of