CORAL Magazine catches up with Carl Silvaggio, President of Milwaukee Instruments, to discuss the striking rebranding and six new additions to Milwaukee’s product line that are of interest to aquarists.
A recent, expansive phylogenetic analysis of the damselfishes creates new genera and relegates others to the dustbin. One of the most notable changes: Premnas, the monotypic genus containing the charismatic Maroon Clownfish or Spinecheek Anemonefish, has finally fallen by the wayside. No longer shall we know our Maroon Clownfishes as Premnas biaculeatus; they are now, for the moment, all considered Amphiprion biaculeatus.
These bedazzled paddles of red with tiny blue polyps aren’t a growth pattern you might normally expect for a coral of this type.
Variation in the latest hybrid angelfish from Bali Aquarich will be a springboard for selective breeding and even more outrageous fish in the future.
Proaquatix is attempting to commercialize the captive-bred version of the Bellus Angelfish, Genicanthus bellus, a wonderful, reef-safe angelfish.