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About.com Saltwater Aquariums
A very comprehensive site with the best set of links Iīve seen for those interested in learning about reeftanks.

GARF (Geothermal Aquaculture Research Foundation)
Invaluable resource for coral propagation techniques. One can also purchase cultured corals from GARF.

Lizard Island Resort
If you want to view reeftank organisms in their natural environment, this is a spectacular place to visit. Snorkeling skills are all thatīs necessary to view the many interesting underwater sights. The resortīs a pricey place to visit, but well worth the cost. Looks like the island is closed for extensive renovations and refurbishment from 23 January 2000 until 30 June 2000. I kept a
log of our visit in 1998 when my wife and I were fortunate enough to be there for part of our honeymoon.

Before my current obsession with reeftanks, I was into freshwater plant tanks.

Reefball Foundation
Dedicated to creating artificial reefs with manmade Reefballs. You can even buy a model of one of their Reefballs for $20 that will fit in your aquarium.

Saltwater Enthusiasts Association of the San Francisco Bay Area - A local club with an emphasis on reef aquariums. Meetings have thought-provoking speakers and raffles. It's fun to discuss reef aquariums with other enthusiasts at the meetings.

Top 100 Reef Aquaria
Vote for your favorite Reef Aquaria - this site and many of the aquariums listed are German.

Reef Bulletin Boards
I spend way too much time on these boards! They're a great resource for any questions you might have, and just fun to read some of the irreverent posts. I also really love the For Sale and For Trade sections on these boards since you can often find hard to find items or deals you wouldn't be able to find anywhere else. I'm listing the boards in the order of how often I frequent them.


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