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Tropical Fish News

Tropical Fish, Where They Don't Belong - New York Times

Tropical Fish, Where They Don't Belong
New York Times
As the oceans warm because of climate change, tropical fish are moving into temperate waters, a new study reports. Researchers writing in The Proceedings of the Royal Society B say that fish like the plant-eaters above threaten the kelp forests and the ...



Environmentalists, hobbyists clash over collection of tropical fish in ... - Tech Times

Nature World News

Environmentalists, hobbyists clash over collection of tropical fish in ...
Tech Times
A conservation group backing efforts to stop the harvesting of tropical fish for the aquarium trade in Hawaii says they plan to expand their efforts to the Philippines and Indonesia. The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has condemned the practice that ...
Activists Fight to Shut Down Hawaii's Tropical Fish Aquarium TradeNature World News
Activists Battle to End Tropical Fish Aquarium Trade in HawaiiDesign & Trend
Activists Fight To Stop Tropical Fish Trade in HawaiiAuto World News
CBS News
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Fish fight: Activists don't want tropical fish scooped up - Asbury Park Press

Fish fight: Activists don't want tropical fish scooped up
Asbury Park Press
HONOLULU – The waters off Hawaii's largest island are home to a half-million brightly colored tropical fish that are scooped up into nets each year and flown across the globe into aquariums from Berlin to Boston. Scientists say the aquarium fishery off ...



Tropical Fish Are Taking Over Temperate Oceans, Causing Underwater ... - ThinkProgress

ThinkProgress

Tropical Fish Are Taking Over Temperate Oceans, Causing Underwater ...
ThinkProgress
It's what every snorkeler diving into warm equatorial water hopes to see — a prismatic array of tropical fish darting around coral reefs. But as the world's oceans have warmed, technicolor schools of fish have become unwelcome visitors in what used to ...
Beautiful Tropical Fish: A Threat to LobstersInternational Business Times AU

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Angler Catches Reputed 'Testicle-Eating' Fish in Michigan Lake - Patch.com

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Angler Catches Reputed 'Testicle-Eating' Fish in Michigan Lake
Patch.com
... purchase in area aquarium stores. But he advised people not to dump pacu or any other non-indigenous species into Michigan's lakes. The tropical fish probably won't survive Michigan's harsh winters, he said. A similar fish was caught in Illinois ...
Woman catches relative of Piranha, 'testicle-eating' Pacu fish, in Michigan's ...NewsNet5.com
PHOTOS: Woman catches relative of Piranha, testicle-eating Pacu fish, in ...WRTV Indianapolis

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Lost in Suburbia: Who puts a tropical fish tank in a sushi restaurant? - Independent Press

Lost in Suburbia: Who puts a tropical fish tank in a sushi restaurant?
Independent Press
By Tracy Beckerman “I think they're staring at us,” I whispered to my husband across the table. “Who?” He wondered, looking over his shoulder at the other people in the restaurant. “Them!” I hissed, gesturing with my head to my right. He looked beyond ...



Beautiful Tropical Fish May Destroy Kelp Forests as Oceans Warm - Science World Report

Science 2.0

Beautiful Tropical Fish May Destroy Kelp Forests as Oceans Warm
Science World Report
Tropical fish may be beautiful as they glide beneath ocean waters, but they can also destroy natural ecosystems. Scientists have found that the migration of tropical fish as a result of ocean warming poses a serious threat to temperature areas ...
Tropical Fish Are Like Locusts, But For KelpScience 2.0
Beautiful but a threat: Tropical fish invasion destroys kelp forestsPhys.Org
Climate Change Helping Tropical Fish to Destroy Kelp Forests of Japan, AustraliaNature World News
ScienceAlert
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Tropical fish destroying marine habitats due to climate change - Blue & Green Tomorrow

Blue & Green Tomorrow

Tropical fish destroying marine habitats due to climate change
Blue & Green Tomorrow
The migration of tropical fish, caused by ocean warming attributed to climate change, is having a harmful impact on marine ecosystems, a study has found. Due to ocean warming, tropical fish are moving towards the poles, leading to a decline in kelps ...



Tropical Fish Migration Destroying Kelp & Seagrass - Asian Scientist Magazine

Asian Scientist Magazine

Tropical Fish Migration Destroying Kelp & Seagrass
Asian Scientist Magazine
AsianScientist (Jul 14, 2014) – The migration of tropical fish as a result of ocean warming poses a serious threat to the temperate areas they invade, largely because they overgraze on kelp forests and seagrass meadows. The study documenting these ...



Global warming is driving tropical fish northward, destroying temperate algae ... - GMA News

Global warming is driving tropical fish northward, destroying temperate algae ...
GMA News
The oceans are warming up and tropical fish are taking advantage. A new study reveals that they're extending their ranges poleward, chowing down on temperate algal forests and seagrass beds and leaving unproductive barrens in their wake. This is bad ...



The top exporter of tropical ornamental fish & invertebrates,clams,corals,etc...in Vietnam.
The top exporter of tropical ornamental fish & invertebrates,clams,corals,etc...in Vietnam.

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Wholesale Tropical Fish Trade Offers

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Crazy crabs for wholesale - expressions of interest Ningaloo Aquaria 2014-27-06 05:27
CORALS WITH CITES asiareef 2014-22-06 16:50
HYDROCYNUS and MBU from congo aquatrop 2014-20-06 04:13
Marine Sellers, Exhibitors, and Hobbyists market place REEF PALOOZA 2014-16-06 08:28
Looking for Rare Coral Exporter craco 2014-11-06 00:29
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WE ARE EXPORTERS OF FRESHWATER TROPICAL, ORNAMENTAL LIVE FISHES Friendship Aquatics 2014-04-06 15:18
Marine Fish Exporter from Hong Kong coralcityhk 2014-31-05 14:31
export of marine animals marinelifebelize 2014-29-05 08:37
wanted marine exporter from carribean OAA 2014-28-05 17:17
marine animals export marinelifebelize 2014-21-05 07:14


New Wholesale Marine Fish Breeder & Inverts Supplier: Sustainable Aquatics

Sustainable Aquatics - Jefferson City, Tennessee

Sustainable Aquatics - Jefferson City, Tennessee - 6/19/14 - Sustainable Aquatics is primarily a marine ornamental fish hatchery, breeding species such as clownfish, dottybacks, cardinals, blennies, and gobies. We also import wild-collected fish into our sustainable Islands facility for quarantine and growout before they are sold. Primary customers are retail aquarium stores (domestically) and distributors (internationally).


New Equipment Supplier Listing: BubbleMac Industries Inc.

BubbleMac Industries Inc. - Minneola, Florida

BubbleMac Industries Inc. - Minneola, Florida - 7/14/14 - BubbleMac produces high quality air diffusers and aeration products in their facility in Central Florida since January 2000. Over 3.5 million of their air diffusers have been distributed for ponds and aquariums. Custom orders and design work are welcome for their 100% American made products.


New Freshwater Ornamental Supplier Listing: Pt Griya Artha Kencana Aquarium

Pt Griya Artha Kencana Aquarium - Bekasi, Indonesia

Pt Griya Artha Kencana Aquarium - Bekasi, Indonesia - 5/21/14 - Exporters from Indonesia of fresh water ornamental fish established since 2009. Extensive selection of hard to find freshwater species including exotic and rare fish, shrimp, snails, crustacea and bivalves.



Tropical & Marine Fish Articles

Recommended Feisty Tropical Fish for Your Tank

The Six-Barred Distichodus is a large fish species that can grow up to 2 feet in their natural habitat. Originally from the Congo River and Lake Tanganyika, their scientific name is Distichodus sexfasciatus but they are widely known as the Six-Barred Distichodus fish and some people prefer to call them "Crown Tetra" for short. Read the full story here.

Pethia conchonius (Hamilton, 1822) A candidate species of freshwater ornamental fish trade - An update

Tropical fresh water fishes contribute 80-90% of the world market, the rest being supported by tropical marine and brackish water species. Rosy Barbs are found in lakes and fast flowing waters in subtropical parts of Asia. Read the full story here.

Live Foods For The Larval Rearing Of Freshwater Ornamental Fishes

Feeding management plays a critical role in the success of fish culture. The controlled production of larvae from captive brood stock or the hatchery production of fry has now become a routine operation for most of the ornamental fishes. Read the full story here.

Caudal Peduncle Disease

This disease first progresses as a grey, patchy, discolored area on the caudal peduncle (tail area). It almost appears as Columnaris disease or a fungal disorder. Patchy, and fluffy in appearance. Advanced stages may appear bloody, or the sloughing off of skin and scales. Read the full story here.

MYCOBACTERIOSIS: Fish Tuberculosis

Mycobacteriosis is worldwide in distribution. All fish species should be considered susceptible. Some are more susceptible than others, like gouramis, neon tetras, discus and labyrinth air breathers. Read the full story here.

Blue Eyes: "A Suitable Community Tank Cichlid"

Marine aquarium - a new trend in aquarium keeping hobby?

It is passionate and amazing to note that it keeps the hobbyists as crazy over it as with its simple nature of attraction; its colour patterns, elegant swimming styles, hi-tech body shapes, and admirable behaviors remain distinguishing features over freshwater fish. Marine Aquarium details

marine aquarium


Breeding Angelfish

Angelfish Wild Pair


At one time or another almost every tropical fish hobbyist makes an attempt at breeding angelfish. It is easy to understand why, since angelfish are one of our most beautiful tropical fish, are relatively easy to care for, make a great show piece, come in many varieties and even fetches a good price at pet shops. With this much going for it, it is no wonder the angelfish attracts so many would-be angelfish breeders.Breeding Anglefish details.

 

 

Breeding Banggai Cardinals (Pterapogon kauderrni)

Adult Banggai Cardinal (Pterapogon kauderrni)


An insight into breeding of the Banaggai Cardinal fish and the rearing of the spawn. This is a species of clown fish that is not found in abundance and is difficult to breed. Breeding Banggai Cardinals details.

 

Marine Aquarium Council

The Marine Aquarium Council (MAC) is an international, not-for-profit organization that brings marine aquarium animal collectors, exporters, importers and retailers together with aquarium keepers, public aquariums, conservation organizations and government agencies.. Marine Aquarium Council (MAC) certified species details.

South American Cichlids - Flower Horn Fish

Flower Horn Fish


Flower Horn Fish or Luo Han which is popularly known, has taken the aquatic world (particularly in the South East Asian region) by storm within the last two years. Its popularity is gaining momentum day by day, and it is set to be an internationally known fish as can be compared with the likes of the Discus Fish and Arowana.

Background information

  The Flower Horn Fish

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