We’re fully committed to sustainable aquaculture and currently have active programs for corals, clownfish, bergia, Orchid dottyback, cuttlefish, blue assessor, and several other species. We also raise rotifers, marine algae, copepods, brine shrimp, and other live foods to support both our service customers and our breeding program.
Ornamental Fish Health Symposium
We were honored to work with the University of New England to create the Ornamental Fish Health Symposium. This two-day symposium on fish health, disease diagnosis, and treatment was held on the beautiful campus of the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine and was designed for anyone who works with aquarium fish: professional aquarists, ornamental fish trade members, aquarium service people, and advanced hobbyists.
Indo-Pacific Lionfish are an invasive species that is spreading rapidly in the Caribbean and tropical Atlantic. NEAS is actively involved in analyzing lionfish behavior, studying the impact of the species on the Caribbean coral reef ecosystem, and researching how to control the population.