Online survey wants to know which invertebrates you keep

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Do you keep marine invertebrates? If so, then a postgraduate student at the University of Portsmouth wants to hear from you!

Joanne Younger is truly passionate about securing a healthy future for the marine aquarium trade. One of the exciting areas of research currently being explored in marine science is the culturing of invertebrates to supply the trade, and this is the main focus of her project.

She says: "This summer, I am launching an online survey to find out which invertebrate species hobbyists are keeping in their marine aquaria. Taking stock of what animals people have in their tanks will provide us with lots of important information about biodiversity and compatibility. If you would like to get involved, please visit the website for more information and links to the survey, and tell me — what’s in(vertebrate) your tank!"

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