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Discussion in 'Fish and Invertebrates' started by Bruce Spiegelman, Sep 7, 2017.
I'm cloning Yellow Tangs in my garage, so it's all good
I'll need a Kole tang eventually. Please clone one now.
On it. I don't own a Kole Tang, Is anyone willing to donate a cell sample?
Damn those Achilles will be hard to get.
Prices are going to go back up. Snag 1 while you can.
Eh... not a big deal IMO. People fire the appropriate paperwork, existing data on cycling through fishing spots should be a good start to an environmental survey. Fishing will continue. Either way none of the tangs mentioned are endemic to Hawaii IIRC, it just happens to be a place that is convenient to collect them.
Rene Umberger is the underwater equivalent of an eco-terrorist, she and her ilk are basically lynch mobs decided they are going to be the ones to police the oceans.
Might even help.
It looks like the industry as a group can do the impact report, so share the cost.
Maybe if there IS an impact report, and it shows impact is low, people will go after something that really matters.
(fertilizer runoff and so on)
Data has shown repeatedly that well managed fisheries beneficial impact the ecosystem in question.
Hopefully short term hiccup.