We’re working hard for the new BR

This entry was posted on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013 and is filed under BR Blog.

by Tom Lang

Welcome to the new Breeder’s Registry website. We have saved all the original Spawning Reports and other content you’ve come to enjoy and reference since we began back in 1993 with our first website and will be re-posting this content on this new site over the next few months. We appreciate your patience during this transition period.

As you may have noticed, visitors to this new site will no longer be required to create a user name or password to access the BR database. We now offer you the option to add your contact information to our email update list so you won’t miss any of the new content as it rolls out. We would also like to encourage everyone to Like our Page on Facebook where we will post more abbreviated updates, news and information.

Again, we thank you for visiting the BR and continuing to use us as a trusted resource built upon the many years of experience of our participating breeders. The very fact you are interested in aquarium propagation of saltwater fish and other marine life is a positive sign that our hobby/profession is making progress in the protection of our world ocean and desiring to grow in the understanding of the lives of the animals we provide for in our aquariums.

Breeder's Registry staff are all volunteers and appreciate any comments or corrections on any of our posts.


  • Stanley Brown

    March 14, 2015, 11:33 am

    Hi Tom!

    I had an encounter with a mailman who happened to be delivering mail to my house- I came out my front door about the time he walked up to the mail box and he saw that I had an aqaurium inside- we talked a bit and he finally said, i know you from somewhere, so I went through the wrote for, spoke, etc and that I had been involved in captive breeding , when he suddenly said “your the breeder’s thing guy!” To which I replied Breeder’s Registry… He asked how the BR was doing and I had to admit i hadn’t been involved in a number of years and had turned it over to someone in Fresno (I couldn’t remember your name at the moment… my apologies)

    anyway, to make this a bit briefer, I thought I look and see and lo and behold it looks like the BR is alive and well!

    Good to know


  • Tom Lang

    March 31, 2015, 8:29 am

    Great to hear from you Stan! You started this registry and all of us involved in this industry are very grateful you did.

  • Stanley Brown

    October 17, 2015, 3:13 pm


    I never received this reply(?) but I’ve been known to be a bit reclusive ….anyway, I would love to follow the progress, even if I just lurk in the shadows.

    I’ve tried to join the FB group a while back and would like to I(I promise not to post too much )

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