When experimenting with breeding marine fishes, the anticipation and excitement grows while waiting to see the tiny larvae grow into something that resembles the adult form.
A broader awareness of the fragile beauty sheltered within coral reefs and rainforest streams can only increase the desire to protect them for future generations.
Generally speaking, green hair is in your tank because of a series of problems, not one single issue.
Aquarists interested in propagating marine aquarium fishes have taken a special interest in copepods for their superior nutritional quality and appeal to delicate marine fish larvae. But, with over 14,000 described species of copepods choosing an ideal candidate for culture can be a daunting challenge.
Matthew L. Wittenrich documents the successful captive breeding and rearing of the Psychedelic or Green Mandarin Dragonet, Synchiropus splendidus.