ORA’s Hector’s Goby – A Breeding First That Isn’t, But Is

Tuesday, ORA announced their latest in-house accomplishment, the successful spawning and rearing of the Hector’s Goby,¬†Koumansetta hectori. Ask yourself, when was the last time you’ve seen a captive-bred Hector’s Goby? You haven’t. But is this a species first? ORA believes…

2012 MBI Marine Breeders Workshop – July 28th

It’s official, the Marine Breeding Initiative’s 2o12 Marine Breeder’s Workshop is scheduled for July 28th. It will be held once again at the wonderfully inviting Cranbrook Science Institute, located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. This year’s workshop will follow the same…

Will 2010 mark the marine hobby’s shift to captive breeding?

We may look back at 2010 as the year the marine aquarium hobby truly realized the importance of captive breeding and started doing something about it.¬† I’ve just returned from speaking at Reef Ed, the annual educational event put on…