The first ever commercially aquacultured Smallmouth Grunts (Haemulon chrysargyreum) are now available from FishEye Aquaculture
Researchers in Hawaii are getting very close to the first captive-bred Yellow Tang, Zebrasoma flavescens, but only after revisiting work that started over a decade prior.
A startling splotch of vivid crimson growing on the substrate was what first caught the eye of Peruvian marine zoologist Yuri Hooker in 2002 while diving in the relatively unexplored waters of the Peruvian Pacific.
In an accomplishment that that has surprised even veteran marine livestock-trade observers, ORA announced the debut of its captive-bred Red Sea Mimic Blenny (Ecsenius gravieri).
These Red Sea Urchins are animals. Not a surprise! :). However, when abundant the urchins also become a substrate. And when their total surface area is calculated, it becomes apparent they can actually create a considerable area.