CORAL Magazine bonus article: While the nonphotosynthetic gorgonian species are challenging, most of the photosynthetic species will thrive in the home aquarium once they have survived the transition from the ocean to an aquarium. Their unique growth forms and graceful movement add to the rich diversity of our reef aquariums.
It’s taken several years, but Robert King’s Zombie Albino Black Clownfish will now see wider distribution as a result of breeding efforts by ORA.
The Quarter 3, 2018 publication funded by the Dr. Junda Lin Memorial Fund for Publishing Open Access Marine Aquarium Research is now freely available to the public as an open-access article.
Matt Pedersen attempts to answer the question, “How can you find success and make progress breeding fish and propagating corals to sell into the marine aquarium hobby and trade?”
A preview of articles and images in the just-published issue of CORAL, The Reef & Marine Aquarium Magazine, November/December 2019.