Corals of the World Online gets a beautiful and speedy website refresh

Corals of the World Online which replaced the indispensable CoralSearch a couple of years ago has already received a facelift of its own. The new cleaner layout has mostly familiar elements but the one thing that is greatly noticeable right…

Illustrated key to azooxanthellate Scleractinia is high def identification gold

An illustrated key to the genera and subgenera of┬áthe recent Azooxanthellate Scleractinia, is one of the coolest in depth LPS azoox identification keys we’ve come across. Even if you have zero interest in azoox corals, you absolutely have to check…

Coral Search becomes Corals of the World online, every stony coral species now a click away (again)

Corals of the World online is a modernized version of the old staple website for coral identification, Coral Search. Before Coral Search the average aquarist would have been hardpressed to name more than a dozen species of stony corals, and…

Coral Finder underwater identification guide works well when diving or fragging

The Coral Finder is a new coral identification guide from the Coral Identification Capacity Building Program (CICBP). The CICBP wants to train everyone on how they can better recognize the key features of certain coral groups down to the genus…

Coral ID from AIMS will be published online next year for free

Coral ID is the name of a compact disc which is basically the digital edition of the ultimate guide to stony coral identification from JEN Veron, Corals of the World. Covering over nearly a thousand coral species with 2500 color…