Frank Baensch introduces the world to the first captive-reared anthias, Odontanthius fuscipinnis, a Hawaiian deepwater rarity.
“Jack Randall confirmed our suspicion that they are indeed a new species and is in the process of describing it for the scientific community,” says Eli Fleishauer of Quality Marine.M
“At approximately 7:45 pm nearly all fragments of our Blue Voodoo (Acropora sp.) spawned. These corals are split up into multiple tanks and isolated systems, yet their spawn was still synchronized.”
Short video documentary of sustainable fish collection for the aquarium trade in North Bali, Indonesia. Some fishers there have been trained in non-destructive collection methods.
Why are some corals flourishing in a time of global warming? A new study investigates why gorgonian corals, which can form a ‘canopy’ over reefs, appear to be proliferating in certain places