Posts Tagged ‘Tropical Aquaculture Lab’

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...

Storm Aftermath: Aquarium Trade Check-Ins, Part 4

We conclude our Florida coverage focusing on a large number of marine fish breeding facilities and researchers, as they recover from the impacts of Hurricane Irma.

15 Sep 1:41 AM 2 Read More...

Florida’s Tropical Aquaculture Lab Faces Budget Veto

University of Florida’s Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory (TAL) is facing a massive budgetary veto at the hands of Florida Governor Rick Scott in his 2017-2018 budget.

22 Jun 6:36 AM 3 Read More...

CORAL Magazine’s Captive-Bred Marine Fish Species List for 2017

2016 brought landmark accomplishments including the first captive-bred Pacific Blue Tangs, Hawaiian Cleaner Wrasses, two more butterflyfish species, the rare Flathead Perch, and bountiful offerings of Yasha Ray Gobies. Much more awaits inside.

17 Nov 2:19 PM 20 Read More...

CORAL Retro Excerpt: The Tang Challenge

In honor of the first captive-bred Hepatus Tangs, we offer this retrospective excerpt from CORAL Magazine July/August 2013, just 3 years prior; a historical snapshot of the race to breed and aquaculture Tangs & Surgeonfishes (Acanthuridae)

15 Sep 8:42 AM 2 Read More...