Posts Tagged ‘Amphiprion percula’

Orange Clownfish a Step Closer to Endangered Species Act Listing

National Marine Fisheries Service found that the Orange or Percula Clownfish may warrant protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), citing major anthropogenic stressors such as global climate change and ocean acidification as the primary basis for the finding.

05 Sep 1:19 PM 5 Read More...

Nearly-Extinct Red Tailed Shark Isn’t Gone Yet

News of a wild Red Tailed Shark generates hope, yet digging deeper reveals possible evidence of troubling anti-aquarium sentiments with implications for every aquarist.

04 Aug 12:10 PM 4 Read More...

Lightning Maroon Clownfish – The Next Generation of Designer Clownfish Has Arrived

Sea & Reef Aquaculture debuts second generation Lightning Maroon Clownfish, we look at the future of genetics, designers, and hybridization in marine clownfishes.

24 Jun 4:40 PM 2 Read More...

Raising Clownfish – one more time

Public aquarist and author Jay Hemdal revisits Clownfish breeding with a copepod twist, using Tisbe sp. and Isochrysis in larval rearing.

21 Aug 12:00 PM 0 Read More...

Mutant Clownfish: A New Fish for the Nemo Set?

If deformed fish begin to enter the marketplace more frequently will it affect the good name and future sale of captive raised fish or will it actually become a more desirable product?

21 Jul 11:35 AM 1 Read More...