This page is intended as a means of leading you to other available resources outside of the BR. Whenever possible, active links have been provided. If a link no longer works, please contact us.
ASCOT International Fish Database/Aquafind – Aquafind was formed in 1991 as a central registration facility to provide a means of locating various aquatic species and their producers. Virtually all aquatic species from fish to mollusks may be included. The producers included range from individual hobbyists, fish farms and hatcheries to commercial fisheries.
AquaNIC – The Aquaculture Network Information Center is a gateway to the world’s electronic resources in aquaculture.
World Aquaculture Society (WAS) – an international non-profit organization with over 3,000 members in about 100 countries. Founded in 1969, the primary focus of WAS is to strengthen and facilitate communication and information exchange on high priority topics and emerging issues within the diverse global aquaculture community..
CASCO Group – Since 1983, CASCO Group has grown to become one of the world’s largest manufacturers of retail pet & aquatic store fixtures, aquatic life support systems and acrylic aquariums.
TRUVU Aquariums – Manufactures acrylic aquariums, reef ready aquariums, refugiums, Wet/Dry filters, commercial systems, cubicles and coral flats.
Monterey Bay Aquarium – Monterey, California, USA
Oregon Coast Aquarium – Newport, Oregon, USA
ReefHQ – The Great Barrier Reef Aquarium – Townsville, Australia
Scripps Institution of Oceanography – University of California, San Diego La Jolla, California, USA
Waikiki Aquarium – Honolulu, Hawaii, USA – On-site Coral Farm
The American Marinelife Dealers Association – AMDA is a non-profit organization promoting sustainable trade in living marine organisms for aquariums.
Marine Aquarium Societies of North America – MASNA is the non-profit national association of marine hobbyist societies and clubs which organizes and co-sponsors the annual MACNA (Marine Aquarium Conference of North America) with one host-city club chosen through a competitive bidding process.
Amazon.com – Online source for books about Marine Fish Breeding, Husbandry and much more. “A room without books is like a body without a soul” -Cicero
Argent Chemical Laboratories – “We carry over 300 aquaculture and fishery books and we are adding new books every week. Please visit our online Aquaculture and Aquatic Science Reference Library.” (425) 885-3777 or (800) 426-6258, FAX (415) 885-2212
Aquatic Book Shop – “We carry the largest selection of new and used books, magazines and videos for beginners to advanced aquarium hobbyists. – Jim Forshey”(530) 622-7547, FAX (530) 622-7157
Simplified Reef Keeping – An easy-to-understand guide to reef aquariums. By Robert M. Metelsky.
Publisher of scientific journals (Journal of Experimental Zoology), technical and academic books and texts.
Aquatic Eco-Systems, Inc. – “Your Complete Source for Aquaculture Equipment. Since 1978” Aquatic Eco-Systems, Inc., 1767 Benbow Court, Apopka, FL 32703 USA (407) 886-3939 FAX (407) 886-6787
Cole-Parmer Instrument Company – “…more than 30,000 products for the Research and Techncal Communities Worldwide.” Cole-Parmer Instrument Company, 625 East Bunker Court, Vernon Hills, IL 60061-1844 USA, (800) 323-4340 Fax (847) 247-2929
Florida Aqua Farms – 33418 Old Saint Joe Road, Dade City, FL 33525 USA. Florida Aqua Farms offers a line of livefood aquaculture products including rotifers, micro and macro algae, Guillard f/2 nutrients, plankton collectors, plankton culture kits, vitamins, liquid and dry invertebrate food, brine shrimp hatchers and more including two manuals Plankton Culture Manual and Conditioning, Spawning and Rearing of Fish with Emphasis on Clownfish.
Labequip, Ltd. – “Labequip offers reconditioned equipment (scientific) which is about 50% off the current market price and demonstrators which are about 25% off new. All reconditioned equipment carries a 6 month in-shop warranty…” Labequip, Ltd., Unit 35, 330 Esna Park Drive, Markham, Ontario, Canada L3R 1H3. (905) 475-5880 x 227. Fax (905) 475-1231
LabX – on-line source for new and used laboratory equipment sold at auction and set pricing.
Gelman Sciences – Laboratory filtration and separation devices. Supplies for analytical work. Pall Gelman Sciences, Laboratory Products Group, 600 South Wagner Road, Ann Arbor Road, MI 48103-9019 USA, (313) 913-6197, (800) 521-1520 (in USA), FAX (313) 913-6495
Aquaculture Supplies – “Supplying the United Kingdom with starter cultures of micro algae Nannochloropsis oculata, the Rotifer Brachionus plicatilis, Frozen cyropreserved Nannochloropsis and HUFA supplements.” Breeder’s Registry member since 1999.
DT’s Plankton Farm – produces unique products specifically for feeding marine fish and invertebrates kept in home aquariums and for research.
Florida Aqua Farms – 33418 Old Saint Joe Road, Dade City, FL 33525 USA. Aquaculture supply, equipment, algal and rotifer cultures.
Provasoli – Guillard National Center for Culture of Marine Phytoplankton – (CCMP), McKown Point, West Boothbay Harbor, ME 04575. (207) 633-9630 The living stock culture collection of marine phytoplankton for the USA. The CCMP is supported by funds from the National Science Foundation (USA) and by revenues derived by the sale of cultures.
Reed Mariculture – Company sells marine microalgae concentrates and live rotifers.
For orders please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call toll free 877-732-3276 (North America)
Phone 408-288-8121 / Fax 408-884-2322
Inland Aquatics – Captive raised and collected marine organisms. Inland Aquatics, 10 Ohio Street, Terre Haute, IN 47807 USA (812) 232-9000, FAX (812) 234-9408 InlandAquatics@aol.com
Member of the Breeder’s Registry since 1994.
Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) – of the United NationsThe Fisheries section has an interesting section of resources and publications. Worth investigating.
National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) – The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) is a part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NMFS administers NOAA’s programs which support the domestic and international conservation and management of living marine resources.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) – NOAA’s mission is to describe and predict changes in the Earth’s environment, and conserve and manage wisely the Nation’s coastal and marine resources to ensure sustainable economic opportunities.
Seahorse.org – Seahorse.org is dedicated to aiding in the education of, and information exchange between the hobbyist and the aquarium trade in the responsible keeping, breeding and rearing of all Hippocampus species.
Bay Area Reefers BAReefers (San Francisco Bay Area)
Central Valley Reefers (California’s San Joaquin Valley)
The Cephalopod Page – The Cephalopod Page was created and is maintained by James B. Wood (email@example.com), an Assistant Research Scientist at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences. This is an excellent resource with lots of information at all levels. (Be sure to check out The Cephalopod Page’s F.A.Q.)
Invertebrates: Cnidaria – anemones
Catalogue of sea anemones, corals, and their allies – (orders Actiniaria, Ceriantharia, Corallimorpharia, Ptychodactiaria, Sceractinia and Zoanthidea) — A compilation of publications concerning taxonomy, nomenclature, and geographic distribution of extant hexacorallians. Fautin, Daphne G. 2008. Hexacorallians of the World.
Catalog of Fishes – The California Academy of Sciences maintains on online searchable database version of The Catalog of Fishes covering more than 53,000 species and subspecies, over 10,000 genera and subgenera, and including in excess of 16,000 bibliographic references. Edited by William N. Eschmeyer. (Good for getting taxonomic information)
Integrated Taxonomic Information System (also contains invertebrate taxonomy)
National Museum of Natural History/Smithsonian Institute Fish Page – Cataloged database listing the collection at the Museum. Also has links to other interesting sites.