Not every breeding breakthrough is a charismatic, well-known reef fish; intriguing and utilitarian fishes also benefit from captive-breed research.
Benjamin W. Frable and Yi-Kai Tea have published the new damselfish species description for Pomacentrus vatosoa in the journal Copeia.
The new for-profit land-based coral restoration farm on Grand Bahama leverages microfragmentation techniques to grow corals 25-50 times faster than the wild.
It is yet another in a seemingly endless stream of groundbreaking marine fish aquaculture firsts from a secretive breeding genius whose work speaks for itself
It’s not for lack of trying, but these unusual designer clownfish remain a bit of a mystery, perhaps eclipsed only by the enigma that is the company promoting them.