But there is one thread, one so important as to be a Golden Thread, one that is both essential, and the same—yet different—for every species. And that is FOOD.
Our annual accounting of captive-bred marine aquarium fishes adds 37 species to the list. Tal Sweet and Matt Pedersen break down another exciting year in the world of marine ornamental aquaculture.
A description of the behaviors of reef fishes that form flash mobs to gain access to foods being guarded by other species.
In our latest review of the state of captive-breeding, the grand total of marine fishes bred in captivity reached 398, adding 39 species in the last 18 months.
Can marine aquarists provide a safety net for endangered species and aquatic diversity? We first examined this question in the May/June 2012 edition of CORAL Magazine.