“Florida is home to at least 34 species of reproducing exotic fish and new species continue to be found, which can impact native fish communities,” said FWC biologist Kelly Gestring. “By removing and reporting nonnative fish, anglers help manage populations of exotic species and help conserve our state’s precious natural resources.”
The sequel to “Finding Nemo” is coming to theaters in June, and with it attention and misinformation about the marine aquarium trade and hobby.
Captive-raised Yellow Tangs have finally happened. Researchers at the Oceanic Institute in Hawaii, led by Dr. Chad Callan, successfully broke through a bottleneck in raising Yellow Tang fry.
Entries are due soon for the FAAS Publication Awards, which recognize the efforts of aquarium societies and their members in creating club publications / newsletters.
Stunning new details emerge about the first successful captive breeding of the Yasha Goby, Stonogobiops yasha, at Roger Williams University.