Quality Marine’s Cynthia DeLillo presents a marine aquarium trade point of view on aquaculture and captive-breeding, reflecting on 2017 and looking ahead to 2018.
Brightwell Aquatics announces herbal-based treatments for treating corals after propagation, or in the aquarium when corals are displaying symptoms of stress or disease.
Is the next big thing actually quite small? PJ Reefs obviously believes so, debuting a purpose-designed system for the keeping of the Dwarf Seahorse, Hippocampus zosterae.
At Pratt, We Say “Pet” Instead. The Pratt Institute Reef Club reflects on their 4th year of experimenting with elevating the profile the dreaded Aiptasia from loathsome to awesome.
Cultured pipefish are raised on prepared, often frozen meaty foods, eliminating the old requirement of offering live foods for successful husbandry.
Banded Pipefish (Dunckerocampus dactyliophorus), have been a staple pipefish offering for years, however, aquacultured pipefish are still quite rare.
Reefsicle is a low-tech and versatile approach to slowly feeding frozen foods to an aquarium over the course of the day.
Aquarium Des Lagons in New Caledonia has successfully captive bred Dunckerocampus chapmani, and they’re now available exclusively at Quality Marine.
2016 brought landmark accomplishments including the first captive-bred Pacific Blue Tangs, Hawaiian Cleaner Wrasses, two more butterflyfish species, the rare Flathead Perch, and bountiful offerings of Yasha Ray Gobies. Much more awaits inside.