Our saltwater live
corals are offered in an almost endless variety of colors, shapes and sizes. With recent advancements in
lighting technology, as well as the incorporation of
live rock to maintain bio-diversity and aid in filtration, corals can be kept successfully for many years. Furthermore, once the corals' specific requirements are met, they will actually thrive and can reproduce easily in the home aquarium when given the proper care.
Aquacultured and Tank-Bred Aquatic Life
The vast majority of all freshwater species available are farm-raised or tank-bred both in the U.S. and in the Far East. Due to technological advancements in aquaculture, considerable efforts are being made today in the propagation of live coral and invertebrates, as well as numerous species of saltwater fish that are now becoming available in a consistent supply.
Whenever possible we offer tank-bred fish, as well as aquacultured corals and invertebrates as an option for our customers. These tank-bred fish are of equivalent size and coloration to wild-caught specimens, which makes them the ideal choice for any hobbyist. We are committed to supporting the efforts of breeders and aquaculture companies by offering these species at the most competitive pricing possible. We believe this will also help ensure the future of the hobby.
One of the reasons we support this growing industry is that aquacultured corals and tank-bred fish are already assimilated to the aquarium environment, which contributes to improved health for the life of these species. Also, since tank-bred fish are introduced to artificial foods at an early age, there is less concern from a nutritional standpoint that they adjust to eating prepared foods that are commonly offered by aquarists.
A diverse selection of hardy farm-, tank-bred, and aquacultured corals and invertebrates are included in our catalogs for your consideration. For our complete selection of options available to you, please visit our LiveAquaria.com website.
PLUS! Read about Drs. Foster & Smith's new Aquaculture Coral & Marine Life Facility in Rhinelander, WI