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Fishscape with Whip Coral & Trigger

Fishscape with Whip Coral & Trigger

Voiding this shot of the reef wildlife would have a photographic impact. Voiding reefs for the aquarium trade has an ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT. The state of Hawaii condones this trade as part of a sad history of commercial exploitation and damn the public trust. The last 2...
With a Little Help from His Friends

With a Little Help from His Friends

Orangespine Surgeonfish is an herbivore, a safety-net species who would facilitate coral recovery with a little help from his friends—if the “state of” Hawaii could manage Hawaii reefs with Hawaii values instead of conversion to moolah for a vested few. Aquarium trade...
Madonna & Child

Madonna & Child

Leaf scorpionfish don’t nurture their young, so it’s a ANOTHER MIRACLE! Or it could be an exotic reef critter living free in the wild, part of Hawaii’s natural public trust that should not be for sale.
2 Tang Clan

2 Tang Clan

Yellow tangs are herbivores but leave Hawaii to feed the voracious aquarium trade. How many? With major bleaching underway, stressed corals suffer algae overload. Finger coral is prime habitat for yellow tangs and found only in Hawaii. Aq collectors walk on it and...
In the 60 lb range

In the 60 lb range

Big Jack is an apex predator–key to reef survival. Aquarium extraction of millions of fish annually takes all reef species down, down, down. THAT is environmental impact.

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