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Dory and the Tang Dilemma

Whether we like it or not, aquaculture is absolutely a necessary component of a any aquarium trade we hope to see in the future.

21 Oct 11:20 AM 3 Read More...

Tigerpyge to the Rescue? CORAL Magazine Excerpt

Could the intentional pursuit of breeding hybrid dwarf angelfishes revitalize a lagging focal point of ornamental marine fish aquaculture?

12 Mar 11:18 PM 2 Read More...

“Cruelty to Aquarium Fishes”? A Look at the Facts

Anti-Aquarium activists in Hawaii are using a new tactic in 2015, alleging that the collection and handling of reef fishes for the aquarium trade amounts to “cruel treatment”—but does this stand up to facts gathered by marine scientists?

09 Feb 6:02 PM 0 Read More...

Aquarium Fisherman to Fight “Terroristic Threatening Charges”

Earlier this week, aquarium fisherman Jay Lovell pleaded not guilty in Hawaii to charges of “terroristic threatening” in a widely publicized altercation between Lovell and anti-aquarium activist Rene Umberger.

05 Sep 11:55 AM 4 Read More...

Florida Ponders a Ban on Lionfish Imports

Is an Indo-Pacific lionfish loose in the tropical Atlantic really a problem?

08 Mar 12:30 PM 11 Read More...

Marine Aquarium Trade: A Force for Good in Saving Coral Reefs

Some environmental groups are, in fact, calling for bans on the harvest of reef fishes and invertebrates—bans that could be enforced by import restrictions imposed by importing countries, especially in North America and Europe.

31 Jan 11:46 AM 4 Read More...

CORAL Magazine Table of Contents Jan/Feb 2014

SEAHORSES: Volume 11, Number 1

09 Jan 2:21 PM 0 Read More...

India’s Underground Fish Trade

While roughly 90 percent of the marine aquarium trade’s animals originate on reefs, only about 10 percent of freshwater aquarium fishes have ever seen a natural ecosystem. Is the freshwater trade therefore above reproach when it comes to sustainability? Perhaps not….

28 Jun 9:34 AM 4 Read More...

CORAL Magazine Table of Contents Mar/Apr 2012

BREEDING SUCCESS: Volume 9, Number 2

19 Mar 11:02 AM 0 Read More...

Endangered Species Petition is Not an Imminent Threat to the Hobby

It has been with much disappointment that I read the article, “U.S. Considers Endangered Species Protection for 82 Stony Coral Species” recently published in CORAL and the numerous internet discussions it has spawned. What could have been an informative article on the Endangered Species Act was hijacked by Marshall Meyers to promote the knee-jerk reaction that this action must be stopped at all costs, which has become all too predictable from the hobby.

17 Apr 3:01 PM 0 Read More...