Damsels from the genus Neopomacentrus are perhaps a bit underrated, and the announcement of captive-breed offerings from Biota gives us another opportunity to talk about these Lyretail Damselfishes.
A breeding accomplishment first quietly noted in 2019, Biota recently issued a concise update on their efforts to bring captive-bred Pseudanthias pleurotaenia to market.
Working in partnership with Panama-based Bocas Mariculture, Biota Aquariums introduces a wave of new aquacultured fish, corals and invertebrates with a distinct Caribbean theme.
With the captive-breeding of the Red Coris Wrasse, Coris gaimard, Biota Aquariums adds one more captive-bred marine fish to 2019’s list of breakthroughs in the world of marine ornamental aquaculture.
After patiently awaiting to ensure the unique coloration wasn’t a fluke, a consistently low-level occurrence of white-finned Gramma dejongi at Biota Aquariums ensures their introduction into the aquarium hobby.
Asterropteryx semipunctata, newly released as captive-bred, is a charming little teal-spotted goby that’s ideal for small marine aquariums with passive tankmates.
Biota’s marine ornamental aquaculture capacity will increase with a new facility established on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.
The new Mimosa Clam from Biota Aquariums is a suspected hybrid, displaying traits of both Tridacna maxima and Tridacna squamosa.
A magnificent transition was occurring right on the show floor at MACNA 2018; unless it was pointed out, you could have easily overlooked it.