Thursday, May 19, 2011

Episode 25: Matt Wittenrich’s Psychedelic Approaches to Mandarin Goby Breeding

For many years, marine aquarium fish were only available from the wild. Then, in the 1970s, pioneering scientists developed methods for commercial production of clownfish. Over the years, other species including neon gobies, dottybacks, and seahorses also became available from fish farms. Most recently Dr. Matt Wittenrich “cracked the breeding code” for the mandarin goby, one of the more popular marine fish species. Dr. Matt is a well-known marine biologist, a highly sought after speaker, a nature photographer, and the author of The Complete Illustrated Breeder’s Guide to Marine Aquarium Fishes.  Matt recently earned his PhD at Florida Institute of Technology studying how larval reef fish feed. Join us, as Matt shares his psychedelic approach to breeding mandarin gobies.

1 comment:

  1. Hello I already congratulated the developer of the radio and his team, if only it can exist in my country.

    I am French and I am the webmaster of the forum aqualifestyle-France, the first French forum that shares with the world.

    My username is tyrano34 and I travel all the forums in the world to learn but also to share, and yes on all continents.

    Our passion has no boundaries.

    I read about the fish Madarin is a fascinating subject.
    Only exist in the world other aquarist who exploits successful , but the big problems in the story is the lack of communication.

    People do not have time to write but they can listen, so I'd like to know if we can work together on topics very important.

    I put link to my forum and a topic that my shaken and I think your auditors must understand what is going on in the world of aquarists.

    Link: aqualifestyle-france.c o m
    Link : aqualifestyle-france.c o m /t7777-protocol-information-apteronotus-albifrons