Posts Tagged ‘marine fish export’

Brazil’s New Export Laws Could Benefit Marine Aquarists

A complete revision of Brazil’s aquarium fish export laws may have created the opportunity for formerly prohibited species to now be collected and exported for the marine and reef aquarium trade.

04 Jun 11:57 PM 1 Read More...

REEF FISHES Out of Africa: Part 2

In the absence of hard data, small-scale fisheries like Kenya’s increasingly seem to be a better sourcing option for hobbyists looking to minimize the impact their aquariums have on wild reefs.

03 Aug 4:38 AM 0 Read More...

REEF FISHES Out of Africa: Part 1

Although relatively few aquarists know it, Kenya has been the site of a small-scale marine aquarium fishery supplying fishes, invertebrates, and—until recently—corals to the trade since the mid-1970s.

18 Jul 5:57 PM 0 Read More...

Marine Life Montage: New Exports from Ecuador

This fishery is relatively new and currently is shipping mainly to Europe. It will be some time before fish and inverts from Ecuador will be seen in the US, but for now enjoy a sampling of the beautiful marine life found off the Ecuadorian coast.

25 May 4:05 PM 2 Read More...