This fish bears a misleading scientific name and an array of trade labels. The common English name “Blackline Rasbora” is a poor choice, as there are several black-lined Rasbora species. Better names would be “Red-Tailed Rasbora” or “Brilliant Rasbora.”
47 days old, hatched in captivity, these Clown Triggerfish are nearly settled and gorging themselves in a grow out tank.
We have a #NameTheChalice Winner. We had more than 700 comments on the contest page, representing well over 1,000 individual, unique entries.
A Rising Tide Update documents the captive breeding of Halichoeres melanurus, aka. Hoeven’s or simply the Melanurus Wrasse, from spawn to post settlement.
The first captive-breeding and larval rearing of an Anthias, Pseudanthias squamipinnis, by Noel Heinsohn at the Long Island Aquarium – an exclusive CORAL Magazine excerpt.