Quality Marine Receives the First Captive Bred Lemon Miliaris Butterflies (Chaetodon miliaris)

by | Oct 20, 2016 | Aquaculture, Conservation, Fish, Reef, Science | 0 comments

It seems Quality Marine is very interested in reef conservation.

Below is a press release we just received and we thought our readers would be interested to hear news about the latest captive bred species coming out of Hawaii; Lemon Miliaris Butterflies (Chaetodon miliaris)

Rising Tide Conservation and Hawaii Oceanic Institute has done it yet again. The unstoppable duo has announced successfully breeding yet another species – Chaetodon miliaris, Lemon Butterfly, which is another Hawaiian endemic. Quality Marine is excited to be a part of this breakthrough event by receiving some of the fish from the very first batch. This project’s journey first began with MORE

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