• A Step Closer to Commercially Aquacultured Wrasses

    A Step Closer to Commercially Aquacultured Wrasses

    UF/IFAS TAL continues to advance aquaculture protocols for Melanurus Wrasse, Halichoeres melanurus. The latest success brings us one step closer to commercializing culture for this species....

  • New Micrōbacter StartXLM from Brightwell Aquatics

    New Micrōbacter StartXLM from Brightwell Aquatics

    MicrōBacter Start XLM 15 X is a highly concentrated, selective complex of LIVE, extremely effective microbes and enzymes that rapidly reduces the concentrations of organic nitrogen, ammonia, and nitrite in marine and brackish ecosystems, leading to greatly improved water quality and much faster cycling. Used...

  • Baby Panda Bamboo is Perfect Nano Riparium Foliage

    Baby Panda Bamboo is Perfect Nano Riparium Foliage

    With a cuddly-cute common name probably dreamed up by a marketing whiz, not a botanist, Baby Panda Bamboo (Pogonatherum sp.) is neither bamboo nor food for pandas. With its tidy, feathery foliage, it is an excellent choice for planting the background of a nano riparium layout....

  • Video: New Algorithm Offers Sea Change for Underwater Photographs

    Video: New Algorithm Offers Sea Change for Underwater Photographs

    Researcher's New Algorithm Offers Sea Change for Underwater Photographs...

  • USGS Conducts Non-Native Fish Slam in Florida

    USGS Conducts Non-Native Fish Slam in Florida

    This week USGS scientists are in three Florida counties leading experts in the semi-annual Fish Slam, a scientific scavenger hunt for non-native freshwater fishes....

  • Concerns Raised Over CITES Plans for Marine Aquarium Trade

    Concerns Raised Over CITES Plans for Marine Aquarium Trade

    OFI and other organizations object to CITES plan to study the trade and conservation of marine ornamental fish, noting a rushed timetable and lack of robust inquiry being proposed....

  • VIDEO: Indonesia's Aquarium Show - NUSATIC 2019 Trailer

    VIDEO: Indonesia's Aquarium Show - NUSATIC 2019 Trailer

    Promoted as the "biggest show in the world," the 4th Indonesia Ornamental Fish and Aquatic Plant Show 2019, NUSATIC, will be held from November 29th to December 1st, 2019, at the Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE BSD City), Tangerang, Indonesia....

  • Comprehensive Goodeid Species Status Update Published

    Comprehensive Goodeid Species Status Update Published

    Researchers have evaluated Mexico's 40 species of goodeids, predicting many more will go extinct without cooperation and collaboration between scientists, conservationists, and aquarium hobbyists for successful captive maintenance....

  • Forgotten Florida: The Gorgonian Installment

    Forgotten Florida: The Gorgonian Installment

    CORAL Magazine bonus article: While the nonphotosynthetic gorgonian species are challenging, most of the photosynthetic species will thrive in the home aquarium once they have survived the transition from the ocean to an aquarium. Their unique growth forms and graceful movement add to the rich diversity of ou...

  • The Aquarium Hobbyist's Role in Fish Conservation

    The Aquarium Hobbyist's Role in Fish Conservation

    Assessing the Species in the CARES Preservation Program and the Role of Aquarium Hobbyists in Freshwater Fish Conservation, a new article published in the open-access journal Fishes, describes the necessity for hobby, science, and conservation entities to communicate and collaborate towards the common goal of...

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  • USGS Conducts Non-Native Fish Slam in Florida

    This week USGS scientists are in three Florida counties leading experts in the semi-annual Fish Slam, a scientific scavenger hunt for non-native freshwater fishes.

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  • VIDEO: Indonesia's Aquarium Show - NUSATIC 2019 Trailer

    Promoted as the “biggest show in the world,” the 4th Indonesia Ornamental Fish and Aquatic Plant Show 2019, NUSATIC, will be held from November 29th to December 1st, 2019, at the Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE BSD City), Tangerang, Indonesia.

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  • The Aquarium Hobbyist's Role in Fish Conservation

    Assessing the Species in the CARES Preservation Program and the Role of Aquarium Hobbyists in Freshwater Fish Conservation, a new article published in the open-access journal Fishes, describes the necessity for hobby, science, and conservation entities to communicate and collaborate towards the common goal of freshwater fish conservation.

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  • Characterizing the US Trade in Lionfishes

    The Quarter 3, 2018 publication funded by the Dr. Junda Lin Memorial Fund for Publishing Open Access Marine Aquarium Research is now freely available to the public as an open-access article.

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  • Pacific Heat Wave Threatens Hawaiian Reefs

    The New York Times is reporting the “return of the Blob,” a vast expanse of overheated oceanic water that poses the danger of severe coral bleaching in the Hawaiian Islands.

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