Posts Tagged ‘endangered fish’

In The Trade: Haplochromis thereuterion

Haplochromis thereuterion is only sporadically available in the trade.  Their original niche in the Lake was similar to Tanganyikan Cyprichromis, living high in the water column and feeding on zooplankton.

23 Jul 11:44 AM 0 Read More...

Comprehensive Goodeid Species Status Update Published

Researchers have evaluated Mexico’s 40 species of goodeids, predicting many more will go extinct without cooperation and collaboration between scientists, conservationists, and aquarium hobbyists for successful captive maintenance.

04 Nov 4:20 PM 0 Read More...

The Aquarium Hobbyist’s Role in Fish Conservation

Assessing the Species in the CARES Preservation Program and the Role of Aquarium Hobbyists in Freshwater Fish Conservation, a new article published in the open-access journal Fishes, describes the necessity for hobby, science, and conservation entities to communicate and collaborate towards the common goal of freshwater fish conservation.

04 Nov 2:12 PM 1 Read More...

CORAL Magazine Excerpt: The Aquarium Ark

Can marine aquarists provide a safety net for endangered species and aquatic diversity? We first examined this question in the May/June 2012 edition of CORAL Magazine.

05 Aug 3:53 PM 3 Read More...

Record Fundraising: ALA Goodeid Working Group Updates

Goodeids remain highly at-risk in their native habitats, while aquarists strive to raise awareness and funds in the stewardship of this often overlooked group of livebearers.

01 Jul 11:58 AM 1 Read More...