In the haste to get the Jan/Feb 2014 Issue of CORAL to the printer before the holidays, we caught an error in Tal Sweet’s Captive Breeding: State of the Art 2014 report. However, it appears the error was not corrected in the version sent to the printer.
We regret a slight error in attribution (as seen above) on page 47 of the November/December 2013 issue of CORAL Magazine. Matt Pedersen’s article, “Captive Acropora Spawning Events in Florida”, which stems from an interview with Dustin Dorton of ORA, included the citation that both article and images…
The “Beginner’s Livestock” department in Reefkeeping 101 by Inken Krause was the victim of a production error.
The species shown should have been identified as the Chalk Bass, Serranus tortugarum. The error was not the fault of the author, and we sincerely apologize to all readers.
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CORAL Magazine’s definitive captive-bred marine aquarium species list through 2012, compiled by MBI co-founder and marine fish breeder Tal Sweet.
Just got my new issue of CORAL, and on thumbing through it, and being a malacologist by profession (at one time, at least), I first took a look at the article about Tiger Cowries. Unfortunately, the article is about money cowries… (or annulated cowries, it is somewhat difficult to identify the animals by the images in the article). That species has a list of synonyms longer than my arm, but the most recent, and probably valid scientific name for it is Monetaria annulus, Linnaeus, 1758).