The March Edition of Advanced Aquarist is now online. In this edition you read about a very interesting article by Dana Riddle, Aquarium Corals: Stony Coral Parasites: Red and Black Bugs: Identification Guide, Preventive Measures, and a Review of Treatment Protocols. Quite a few of us get Red Bugs and we are always open to another way to treat these pests. James W. Fatherree takes an in-depth look at Hippopus Clams which are rarely for sale but he gives great points on keeping these unique creatures alive and thriving in your home reef aquarium. Next, Jay Hemdal from the Toledo Zoo reviews eye health in marine fishes. This ailment is something that reefkeepers periodically encounter with fish and it’s an important topic to cover so that aquarists know about proper treatment. Aaron Sewall discusses fish mimicry in nature and their various forms in his article Aquarium Fish: Physical Crypsis: Mimicry and Camouflage The issue is rounded out with an open discussion asking people to showcase their tanks in the comments section.