Stony coral ID guide launched at CITES CoP 19

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A guide named “Identification of CITES-listed live stony corals in the aquarium trade” has been formally launched at the CITES CoP 19 meeting in Panama. The guide is the product of a research project led by the Centre for Environment, Fisheries, and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) which worked with The Indonesian Coral Reef Foundation (TERANGI) and…
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I got a copy of it and I shared it on my thread. It's quite beautiful and informative!

 

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