Coral Farming: Past, Present and Future Trends View Full Text


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DATE

2001-03

AUTHORS

J. Charles Delbeek

ABSTRACT

There Have Been Significant Technical Advances in Marine Aquarium Maintenance in The Last 20 Years. It is Now Possible to Maintain, Grow and Reproduce in Aquaria Many of the Coral Species Found on Coral Reefs. Due to the increased Demand For Live Corals and Other Reef Invertebrates, The Commercial Production of these Organisms for the Home Aquarium Market Has Become Feasible. This Paper Describes the Early Beginnings of Live Coral Propagation, Current Coral Propagation Facilities Located in Europe, North America, and the Pacific Basin Followed by a Discussion of an Example of the Possible Future for Coral Farming, Namely Propagation by Sexual Reproduction. Suggestions for Areas of Further Research in Captive Coral Propagation are Also Presented. More... »

PAGES

171-181

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TITLE

Aquarium Sciences and Conservation

ISSUE

1-3

VOLUME

3

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/a:1011306125934

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