Principles of Diligent Reefkeeping by Joe Yaiullo | MACNA 2016
Joe Yaiullo spent his summers tide pooling, maintaining his own aquariums, and getting familiar with marine life around Long Island, New York. He graduated from LIU Southampton College with a Bachelors degree in Marine Science.
Joe was one of the pioneering reef aquarists in the 80's, and was among the first to have a large and successful reef aquarium. His tank was 1400 gallons, and at the time was the largest in the Western Hemisphere. In 2000, Joe opened what is now Long Island Aquarium, and maintains an impressive 20,000 gallon reef aquarium.
Join us as we watch Joe Yaiullo from the Long Island Aquarium's talk: Principles of Diligent Reefkeeping
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