OK folks, freely admit I'm being lazy here. Also, I'm not being judgemental towards anyone else with this.
One of the reasons I only made brief fory into salt was the fact (at the time) that I didn't feel the saltwater industry was environmentally responsible. Almost every thing came from stressed-out reefs that I personally would rather see protected. Stuff in tanks is great, but not if its home habitat is under seige.
However, while doing basically no research on the subject, I get the feel from posts here that a LOT more stuff (LR
, many inverts especially) is bein aquacultered these days.
I would love to hear about progress on aquaculture, captive breeding, and other advances made in the saltwater industry.
Links are good, but any summary type posts would be cool too.