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Which fish have been bred in aqquariums?
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Azorean
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PostPosted: 2006.08.18(Fri)5:17    Post subject: Which fish have been bred in aqquariums? Reply with quote

Dear Fellow Aquarium keepers:

I'm trying to compile a list of marine fish that have been successfully bred in the aquarium. Here is what I think - Please add any I might have missed:

Clownfish (except the maroon)
Squirillfishes (all species)
Neon Gobies

There must be more than that please add to this list so that my list is current. Thanks for any input.

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Osprey
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PostPosted: 2006.08.18(Fri)6:55    Post subject: Reply with quote

The maroon clowns (at least the gold stripe) have been aquacultured Wink .
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PostPosted: 2006.08.18(Fri)7:04    Post subject: Reply with quote

Few more on here: http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/scateg.cfm?pCatId=1500
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PostPosted: 2006.08.18(Fri)11:30    Post subject: Reply with quote

I can't provide the reference because I don't remember it, but I read that someone had bred bangaii cardinals. Might want to do a search on it to make sure what I read was legit. I'd look but half of the sites I try to go to are fire wall blocked on my work computers, but lucky for me this site gets through Smile
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PostPosted: 2006.08.19(Sat)18:00    Post subject: Reply with quote

Martin Moe has done a lot of work in this area, also ORA, and Inland Aquatics, listing Emperator Angelfish, Bicolors, Koran Angels, others... there are some very successful coral and clam propagation operations also, the list is larger than one might think, here is a partial list by Ed Katuska, and do check out the pygmy angelfish info in the bottom link below, be advised, a successful captive BREEDING is not the same as a maintaining an ongoing viable wholesale operation which involves all phases of commercial culture, consistent REARING of the young, brood stock, grow out facilities, etc,
support these operations, the future of the hobby...
http://www.aquarticles.com/articles/saltwater/Katuska_Breeding_Marine.html
http://inlandaquatics.com/prod/cr_fish.html
http://inlandaquatics.com/prod/tr_fish.html
http://www.centropyge.net/captive.html
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PostPosted: 2006.08.19(Sat)20:12    Post subject: Reply with quote

I want people to start breeding the Ornate Ghost Pipefish so that they aren't so hard to get hold of and also so that they aren't so hard to feed. They're absolutely stunning animals and I would love to keep a pair in my new seahorse tank.
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