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.
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.
Lansing, Michigan based aquarium livestock wholesaler A & M Aquatics announced their transition to a new form of shipping styro which, when exposed to the elements, can biodegrade in just a couple years.
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.
Not every breeding breakthrough is a charismatic, well-known reef fish; intriguing and utilitarian fishes also benefit from captive-breed research.