In our latest review of the state of captive-breeding, the grand total of marine fishes bred in captivity reached 398, adding 39 species in the last 18 months.
Lansing, Michigan based aquarium livestock wholesaler A & M Aquatics announced their transition to a new form of shipping styro which, when exposed to the elements, can biodegrade in just a couple years.
Can marine aquarists provide a safety net for endangered species and aquatic diversity? We first examined this question in the May/June 2012 edition of CORAL Magazine.
Not every breeding breakthrough is a charismatic, well-known reef fish; intriguing and utilitarian fishes also benefit from captive-breed research.
Another Dwarf Angelfish has been claimed as captive-bred by marine ornamental aquaculture powerhouse Bali Aquarich.