Josue Matias

Image from the paper Invertebrate Systematics, 2003, 17, 407–428

A Zoanthid Interview: James Davis Reimer

By Josue Matias The students and staff at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Oceanographic Center (OC), Dania Beach, FL, are engaged in several studies of marine life. For example, they are conducting studies on issues such as the invasive lion fish and how to eradicate them and Florida Read more here…


Zoanthid Spotlight: Fruit Loops

Fruit Loops Zoanthids This month’s zoa spotlight will feature the “Fruit loops” zoanthid. These tiny zoas are in almost everyone’s top 10 most wanted zoas list. They are also in most people’s top ten want, but can’t have (because they are notorious for melting away) Read more here…


Zoanthids: Can I Get An ID Please?

Today, I want to write about how to properly identify zoas. And, no, I’m not going to get into the physiology of differentiating between a zoa and a paly. I am going to discuss how to properly describe the colors in a zoa. This is Read more here…