Posts Tagged ‘Dory’

Breeding Pacific Blue Hepatus Tangs – A Short History

Craig Watson summarizes the 6-year journey that led to the world’s first captive-bred Paracanthurus hepatus, the Pacific Blue Tang.

20 Jul 11:19 AM 0 Read More...

Captive-Bred “Dory” An Epic Reality

“This is a new chapter in ornamental fish aquaculture.” – Dr. Judy St. Leger, Rising Tide Conservation

20 Jul 6:00 AM 5 Read More...

CORAL Magazine New Issue “BUILDING BOMMIES” Inside Look

A visual preview of highlights in CORAL’s July/August 2016 Issue. Paid CORAL Subscribers can log in with their email address and read the Digital Edition immediately.

23 Jun 11:24 AM 0 Read More...

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 4 Read More...

Surgeonfish Blues: Euro Group Warns About Coming Disney Movie

Predicting that uninformed consumers will be inspired to buy a live “Dory” for their aquariums, a European non-profit organization is mounting an educational campaign to discourage the purchase and keeping of Paracanthurus hepatus, variously sold as the Palette Surgeonfish, Regal Tang, Blue Tang, or Pacific Blue Tang, a native of the Indo-Pacific.

18 Jun 4:34 PM 0 Read More...