Check how we as hobbists are advancing breeding

Discussion in 'Breeding fish' started by dallasg, 9 Jan 2013.

  1. dallasg

    dallasg Moderator MASA Contributor

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    I'm glad to see some success with angels! Wish tangs and angels were as simple to breed as clowns.
     
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    dallasg Thread Starter Moderator MASA Contributor

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    in time they will be, Angels are 21 species already...

    the issue with Tangs as i have been following on MOFIB is larval stage is long
     
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    Would be so great to buy all marine fish as captive breed fish!
     
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    dallasg Thread Starter Moderator MASA Contributor

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    soon, give it a few more years, maybe 3 or so and we will have 200 species
     
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    Does anyone know of @LuckyFish still uses forum? Would love updates on albino clowns
     
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    Wow, that's a big list, thought it was much less, I have hope for this hobby! Darn it, do I want those clowns, you know how I do @dallasg?;)
     
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    Where do we buy these? ;-)
     
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    those are fish bred by hobbyists in there homes, some are commercially available but as far as i know the main 2 havent shipped to SA, but i could be wrong.
     
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    So many breeds, so few breeders!



    (Well I try and do my part but that's a different discussion (and species))
     
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    the guys at Tropical aquaculture laboratory at Florida University in the states are doing some great work at raising marines. Check out their work at this link Rising Tide Conservation Updates
     
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