Research and Conservation Groups and Contacts

Written By: | Date Posted: 02/20/2005 | 1 Comment |

Update: December 31st, 2008

Conservation and research groups around the world that study and try to protect fishes of the order Syngathiformes.

Seahorses

Project Seahorse
Fisheries Centre
University of British Columbia
2204 Main Mall
Vancouver BC, V6T 1Z4
Canada
http://www.projectseahorse.com
info@projectseahorse.org
Telephone: 604-827-5139
Fax: 604-827-5199

The Seahorse Trust
Tanners Road
Goodrington
Torbay
Devon TQ4 6LS
http://www.theseahorsetrust.co.uk
neil.seahorses@tesco.net
Telephone: (01803)666257

Seahorse Research Group
(focusing on H. capensis)
Jackie Lockyear
Knysna
jfl@worldonline.co.za
Tel: +27 44 44-382 0954

Save Our Seahorses
Save Our Seahorses (Research Station)
90, Kg Ladang, 81560,
Gelang Patah, Johor Bahru,
MALAYSIA
Choo Chee Kuang (019-9815940) or
Ng Wei Soon (012-6340988)
http://www.sosmalaysia.org/
saveourseahorses@yahoo.com

Seahorse Hawaii Foundation
75-311 Nani Kailua, Kailua Kona
Hawaii 96740
Tel: 808.443.6462

http://seahorsehawaii.com/


Sea Dragons

Reef Watch South Australia
Dragon Search

Pipefish

Opossum Pipefish – Microphis brachyurus lineatus
Jennifer Moore
NOAA Fisheries, Southeast Region
Protected Resources Division
9271 Executive Center Drive North
St. Petersburg, FL 33702
(727) 570-5312
http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/species/concern
Jennifer.Moore@noaa.gov

South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity
working on: Systematics and genetics of the pipefish genus Syngnathus
South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity
Private Bag 1015
Grahamstown, 6140
South Africa
Tel: 27 (0)46 603 5800
Fax: 27 (0)46 622 2403
http://www.saiab.ac.za/

General

IUCN Red List
http://www.iucnredlist.org/

CITES
http://www.cites.org/

Traffic
http://www.traffic.org/

Leafy Sea Dragon

One Response to “Research and Conservation Groups and Contacts”

  1. kyrie Says:

    Cool! Now I can explore more and more information regarding with seahorse. This help me know what/how to take good care of them. Thank you.

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