Pomacanthus zonipectus is the latest “newly-bred” marine angelfish, another species first for the Indonesian aquaculture powerhouse.
Gracing the cover is a quintessentially curious dwarf angelfish, in this case a naturally occurring hybrid known as the “Tigerpyge” (Centropyge eibli x C. flavissima) a fish photographed and kept by “Lemon”Tea Yi Kai. Background: Mycedium elephantosus, Werner Fiedler
A pictorial sneak peek at the contents of the latest issue of CORAL Magazine, “Feeding Arts”, January/February 2015.
Karen Brittain reports on a successful breeding run with Paracentropyge venusta using only cultured feeds.