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Mystery illness decimating sea star populations

Pisaster ochraceus - Cluster of stars, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia.

Leather star fish.jpg Wiki page, we saw one at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve in Moss Landing, CA.  One of my favorite places to tidepool.

English: Leather sea star,Dermasterias imbricata in Tidepoosl in California

Puffy Starfish

Another marshmallow-looking sea star.

A cluster of Ochre Sea Stars (Pisaster ochraceus) taken at Ganges Harbour, Salt Spring Island, BC Canada at low tide.

When Temperatures Rise, Sea Stars Start Dropping Arms

Validation centres have been established on five continents, where Trouw Nutrition R&D is collaborating with leading universities and re...

Trouw Nutrition launches global validation programme to accelerate technology transfer

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Indigenous species are being edged out, putting aquatic biodiversity in peril

Fishmeal is still one of the main protein sources used in commercial feeds for trout and salmon. But its availability is shrinking and its cost is increasing year by year.

Fishmeal is still one of the main protein sources used in commercial feeds for trout and salmon. But its availability is shrinking and its cost is increasing year by year.

One scientist calls the largest marine sanctuary in the world a volcano of fish

In the Pacific Ocean, west and south of Hawaii, is what was until recently one of the largest marine sanctuaries on earth.

Taste of Summer: It's eel season for the Gunditjmara people in south-west Victoria

Now is the time to catch eels in the waterways and creeks of the volcanic plains near Portland.

Researchers found that unhealthy coral reefs emit chemical cues that repulse young coral and fish, resulting in inhabitable living space. Overfishing has caused a decrease in herbivorous fish that usually eat the seaweed that grows in sickly coral reefs.  The results showed that coral and fish larvae favored certain chemical cues from coral species that signal a healthy habitat, whereas they both stayed away from certain seaweeds that signal a degraded habitat.

Damaged coral reefs give off chemical cues that repulse young coral and fish, discouraging them from moving into the neighborhood.

Let's n-n-n-n-never d-d-d-d-do this p-p-p-polar vortex thing again, okay?

Feathering My Nest… frozen starfish.

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