Posts Tagged ‘captive bred wrasse’

Bali Aquarich Successfully Breeds Harlequin Tuskfish

With the aquaculture of Choerodon fasciatus by Bali Aquarich, a new genus and species of wrasse has been successfully bred in captivity! We’re delighted to share these first looks at what are roughly 1 cm juvenile Harlequin Tusks.

13 Oct 3:27 AM 0 Read More...

Maximus Hogfish Successfully Aquacultured by University of Florida Researchers

At the end of January 2020, Dr. Courtney Ohs’ Lab at the UF/IFAS Indian River Research & Education Center successfully aquacultured the Maximus Hogfish, Lachnolaimus maximus!

25 Apr 3:12 PM 0 Read More...

VIDEO: Biota’s Captive-Bred Red Coris Wrasse

With the captive-breeding of the Red Coris Wrasse, Coris gaimard, Biota Aquariums adds one more captive-bred marine fish to 2019’s list of breakthroughs in the world of marine ornamental aquaculture.

30 Dec 4:39 PM 0 Read More...

A Step Closer to Commercially Aquacultured Wrasses

UF/IFAS TAL continues to advance aquaculture protocols for Melanurus Wrasse, Halichoeres melanurus. The latest success brings us one step closer to commercializing culture for this species.

22 Nov 11:45 AM 0 Read More...

Captive-Bred Cuban Hogfish Soon Available

Vero Beach, FL-based Proaquatix will be marketing and be distributing captive-bred Cuban Hogfish (Bodianus pulchellus) to the aquarium hobby, with most proceeds benefiting Rising Tide Conservation.

28 Aug 1:18 PM 1 Read More...