Captive Breeding Pacific Blue Tangs by Eric Cassiano | MACNA 2016
Eric Cassiano is part of the University of Florida's Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory where he works as a Biological Scientist. Since 2010, Eric has been focusing on research regarding live feeds and larviculutre of marine ornamental fishes.
Eric first become engaged in aquaculture when in 2003 he volunteered his time to help maintain an oyster farm. This kickstarted his desire to pursue an education in Aquaculture.
Join us as we watch Eric Cassiano from the University of Florida’s Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory's talk: Captive Breeding Pacific Blue Tangs
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